Cyclone Eloise’s Impact on Mozambique and our Borehole Projects

5 February, 2021 | Matthew Pike
Categories: Climate Change, Mozambique, Safe Water

Until now, Village Water and WATSAN have confirmed 13 boreholes have been damaged. An ongoing challenge has been the conditions hampering their ability to reach areas safely, to assess damage and provide vital support. The impact of the cyclone, coupled with the ongoing rainy season, have made many roads dangerous or impassable by car. Though,… Read the full article >


Exploring Carbon Project Opportunities in Latin America

15 January, 2021 | Matthew Pike
Categories: CO2Balance, Latin America

Our ongoing project work and the supportive work of our in-country project partners continues at pace, despite the obvious challenges of COVID-19. We are also looking at expansion into new project areas and carbon project technologies wherever the right opportunity presents itself. Latin America in general and specifically Central America remain locations where CO2Balance hope… Read the full article >


How to reduce your carbon footprint even when working from home

1 November, 2020 | Matthew Pike
Categories: Carbon Offsetting, Uncategorized

With the work commute on hold, we are now driving less, taking less public transport and even slurping our way through less disposable coffee cups. Whilst this may create a personal dip in producing significantly less carbon emissions, your working from home shift may not be as environmentally friendly as you may have imagined.. Here… Read the full article >


Introducing myself

8 September, 2020 | Matthew Pike
Categories: CO2Balance

Hello all! My name is Matthew and I’m one of the latest recruits to join CO2balance- joining as a Carbon Project Officer. I join the team having studied and worked in different roles in the UK, Sweden and Brazil. My background is very much in the environmental and sustainable development landscape, although my most recent… Read the full article >