We can turn your ambition into action
We offer carbon reduction and offset solutions to organisations across the globe, supporting a diverse range of clients from individuals to large corporate emitters. Our carbon advisory services help clients estimate their carbon emissions and devise strategies to reduce emissions. Our Plant-a-Tree program is a stepping stone for businesses and individuals to make a positive impact on the environment.
“We are absolutely thrilled to be able to contribute to help reduce the harmful effects on the environment.”
“Carbon Neutral has been invaluable in helping us choose which projects we support with carbon removal credits.”
“Engaging Carbon Neutral has given us a sense of certainty that our offsets and tree planting efforts are being done correctly”
“Plant-a-Tree is an accessible and significant part of our evolving mission to be a more environmentally responsible business.”
“The support we’ve received from Carbon Neutral has made this journey an easy and enjoyable one. “
“I’ve learnt so much in the process of becoming carbon neutral, I’m looking forward to it being our new standard as a company.”
“Our partnership with Carbon Neutral allows us to bring the brand values to life in a very real and localised way.”
“Plant-a-Tree has been a great way for our business to do something significant to help the climate and biodiversity crisis.”
We simplify the process for you
At each stage of your journey we are here to help you achieve your climate goals.
You can self-measure your footprint using our online calculator.
For more complex assessments we recommend working with one of our Carbon Consultants.
We can help you to evaluate where energy is consumed and how to improve your efficiency.
Talk to our team about carbon reduction programs.
Compensate for your unavoidable emissions by supporting carbon projects that benefit both the environment and sustainable development for local communities. Explore our range of offset projects.
Impact at the Yarra Yarra
We’ve developed Australia’s largest biodiverse reforestation carbon sink on degraded landscapes in Southwest Australia.
The Corridor project supports Gold Standard-certified carbon offset credits (VERs and PERs) and independently certified Biodiverse Reforestation Carbon Offsets.
The project contributes socio-economic co-benefits and aligns with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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