Menstrual Hygiene Day

28 May, 2020 | Amie Nevin
Categories: CO2Balance, CSR Projects, Uganda, World Days

Menstrual Hygiene Day (MH Day) is a global advocacy platform to break the stigma on the subject of menstruation, break negative norms and promote good menstrual hygiene management for all women and girls. Millions of women and girls are kept from reaching their full potential, limited by poor menstrual hygiene from a lack of education,… Read the full article >



Earth Day 2020

22 April, 2020 | Thomas Devesa
Categories: Climate Change, CO2Balance, World Days

22 April 2020 marks 50 years of Earth Day, a movement which began in the USA as a unified response to an environment hurtling towards irreparable damage. The past year has seen Climate Change arguably entering the media mainstream for the first time. Activists like Greta Thunberg have provided a focal point behind which people… Read the full article >


A look to the year ahead for climate change and CO2Balance

20 January, 2020 | Jonathan Windeatt
Categories: Carbon Offsetting, Climate Change, CO2Balance, CSR Projects

2019 was a busy year for climate change awareness and action; the emergence of the youth climate movement, climate activism and greater concern about the impacts amongst the global population. A recent poll by Ipsos MORI found that 85% of UK citizens are concerned about climate change. Here at CO2Balance, our position as a Carbon… Read the full article >


Happy New Year! A look back at 2019

10 January, 2020 | Thomas Devesa
Categories: CO2Balance

The past year at CO2balance has been a year of growth and success. In this blog, we will take a look back at some of the key outputs we have achieved. You can also take a look at all of our projects here. Projects CO2balance became the first project developer to achieve full Gold Standard… Read the full article >


Sailflags: a small UK business choosing to tackle climate change.

9 December, 2019 | Jonathan Windeatt
Categories: Carbon Offsetting, CO2Balance, Improved Cookstoves

We have many ethical investors who decide to voluntarily offset their emissions as part of their own environmental commitment. One of these ethical investors is SailFlags, a flag manufacturer based in Penzance, Cornwall, who have offset their emissions with us regularly since 2009. Our relations with SailFlags began when they approached us to calculate their… Read the full article >


Netflix: Analysing the UK’s Habit

2 December, 2019 | Thomas Devesa
Categories: CO2Balance

Netflix is a big deal. How big? Well, according to this article there were roughly 9.8 million UK subscribers in 2018. That leads to an impressive amount of streaming occurring every day within the UK, but have you ever considered the environmental impact of our on-demand habit? CO2balance decided to take a look and the… Read the full article >


Introducing myself

25 November, 2019 | Chiara Martin
Categories: CO2Balance

Hello there, I am Chiara Martin and I am one of the new Carbon Project Officers joining the Taunton team. I have started working 3 weeks ago and I have already learned a lot about carbon projects. Thank you to the CO2balance team for the warm welcome! I am extremely proud to be part of… Read the full article >



An Introduction

14 November, 2019 | Thomas Devesa
Categories: CO2Balance

Hi everyone, I’m Thomas and I am one of the new Carbon Projects Officers joining CO2balance in Taunton. I’m looking forward to getting to know the team and to start my career in international development and carbon offset project management. I recently graduated from Loughborough University, where I studied Geography with Economics. I have a… Read the full article >


New Starter Welcome!

8 November, 2019 | Jonathan Windeatt
Categories: CO2Balance

Hello reader! I am Jon Windeatt and one of the three new carbon project officers joining the CO2Balance Taunton team. I am excited to hit the ground running and finding my feet in the day to day tasks required by a project officer. CO2Balance’s position as both a carbon project developer and as a carbon… Read the full article >