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„The unfashionable truth is that the only way to take direct responsibility for [your] emissions is to enable an equivalent amount to be absorbed, or avoid being emitted, elsewhere. In short, to offset.”
Martin Wright, (Guardian Sustainable Business)
Our goal is to have as many Carbon Credits withdrawed for offsetting as possible.

Global warming

Global warming means an increase in the average temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere and oceans. The largest temperature rise was caused by the increased emission of greenhouse gases in the middle of the 20th century, as a result of such activities as burning fossil fuels and deforestation.

The surface of the Earth is getting warmer a lot faster than in any other period during the last centuries and it is beyond doubt that human life is responsible for it.

The global surface temperature continued to increase in the 21st century. This temperature increase leads to a rise of the sea level, to a change in the amount and spatial distribution of precipitation and to the spread of sub-tropical deserts. The rise of temperature is most prominent in the Arctic region where it causes glaciers to melt.

We can expect more extreme weather conditions, the extinction of even more species and a change in the productivity of agriculture. Warming and its effects vary from place to place in the world. There has been much debate about global warming and the possible steps to resolve it. The basic conclusions pertaining to global warming, notwithstanding, have been supported by more than 40 scientific bodies and academies including the national scientific academies in the significant industrial countries. In the Kyoto Protocol signed by most nations countries agreed to decrease their greenhouse gas emissions.

There is a growing interest by governments in renewable energy resources, in programs setting out to decrease greenhouse gases and slow down global warming. Utilizing the oceans, the wind and solar power is recommended widespread to cater for a significant proportion of our energy consumption.


What is a carbon credit?

A carbon credit is a certificate showing that its owner has the right to offset the emission of one tonne of carbon dioxide. Possessing such a certificate also means its owner has directly supported a project that generated the carbon credit by reducing global emissions of greenhouse gases by one tonne.

What is a carbon credit? - OurOffset


We do take steps towards a sustainable future

We do take steps towards a sustainable future - OurOffsetOurOffset is one of the most dynamic and innovative enterprises in the voluntary carbon credit market which provides access to the business opportunities offered by the voluntary carbon credit market for private individuals and business clients alike. Now everybody can have a chance to be part of a professional, dedicated community and, in addition to their own goals and purposes, work shoulder to shoulder to create a sustainable future for all. We are the first on the market to offer VCS to offset millions of tons of carbon dioxide by high-value, authentic carbon credits that can be traced and checked.

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