Carbon offsetting is an internationally recognized way to compensate  for unavoidable carbon emissions.

Our everyday actions, at home and at work, consume energy and produce carbon emissions, such as driving, flying and heating/cooling buildings. Carbon offsetting is used to balance out these emissions.

Carbon offsetting is just one element of an integrated carbon management strategy, and this should be considered as a whole.

Planting trees is a great way to help sequester carbon emissions. Through photosynthesis trees absorb carbon dioxide to produce oxygen and wood. By ensuring that trees planted are native broad leaf species this helps to preserve the environment and biodiversity. Planting takes place in school locations and other protected biodiversity sites. All trees are high quality cell grown ‘whips’ (year old saplings) and are tagged with unique identification codes.

Choosing to offset through “National Carbon Management Association” means you’ll support best practice projects that deliver value for the environment, your goodwill as well as local communities.