Hello I am George, the newest Carbon Projects Officer at CO2Balance in Taunton. I am excited to have joined the teams’ great efforts in developing climate mitigation and sustainable development projects. I join CO2Balance with a background in conservation, studying Wildlife Biology at the University of South Wales, which allowed me to undertake research in… Read the full article >
Hi Everyone! I am very pleased to announce I have joined CO2 balance as the newest Carbon Projects Officer! I am very grateful for this opportunity and feel very excited to be part of this warm and welcoming team. While doing my Bachelor’s in Economics and International Business, I was always very interested in International… Read the full article >
Hello, I’m Katri, one of the new recruits to the CO2Balance projects team, joining as a Carbon Project Officer. I am excited to be part of this lovely team working on carbon development projects. I am passionate about sustainability, this has directed my interests, studies and career to date. My background is varied with profession… Read the full article >
CO2balance is pleased to annouce that our safe water projects in the Chipinge and Mutare districts of Zimbabwe have been sucessfully verified and issued under the Gold Standard.
Exciting news! Carbon credits produced by CO2balance’s bespoke projects are now available to purchase on the website. Simply visit our site for more information. CO2balance’s projects generate the highest quality carbon credits, positively contributing to multiple Sustainable Development Goals such as SDG 5 Gender Equality.
Hello! I’m Issie and I’ve recently joined the CO2balance team as a Carbon Projects Officer. I’m excited to be part of such a knowledgeable and supportive team and to start exploring the world of carbon development projects! Completing my BSc degree at the University of Leeds, where I studied Geography and explored the interaction of… Read the full article >
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 >
Climate change is affecting every country on every continent. 2019 was the second warmest year on record, with atmospheric concentrations of CO2 projected to continue rising. Factoring in the global COVID-19 pandemic, the UN’s SDGs slogan ‘Leave No One Behind’ is more relevant than ever. The COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest economic and social crisis… Read the full article >
As the effects of climate change continue to become increasingly evident throughout the world, many of us are considering the ways in which we can reduce our negative impact on the planet. The key to mitigating climate change appears to be to decarbonise our economies and switch to 100% renewable energy, however whilst we work… Read the full article >
Natural Capital Partners have partnered with CO2balance and Rwandans4Water to deliver a series of school-based CSR projects in the Gatsibo District of Rwanda. Over the past few months, our project partners have started work in four schools within the Gatsibo district. These schools are Groupe Scolaire Rwankuba, Groupe Scolaire Matunguru, Matare Primary School, Gakiri Primary… Read the full article >
CO2balance is an ethical carbon project developer. UP has been working with them since 2013 to realise carbon finance. Carbon finance is an innovative business-based way to generate funds for clean water supplies. We have shown it can provide sufficient revenue to maintain rural water points in working order for at least five years. This… Read the full article >
We have recently hit a big milestone here at CO2balance: we have now rehabilitated the first half batch of boreholes planned in our safe water projects in Mozambique and Zambia, respectively rehabbing 400 and 100 boreholes and providing safe water to about 250,000 people. 2020 has of course been a very challenging year up until… Read the full article >