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C02 Credits

C02 Emission Permit –Carbon Credit:
Current prices…
Half tonne £25
1 tonne £50
2 tonne £100
6 tonne £300
10 tonne £500
20 tonne £1000
Suitable for both personal & business carbon offsetting programs.
*Median UK household emissions are 17.1 tonnes of Co2 emission
per year whilst the mean is as high as 
20.2 tonnes.


All Funds created by the Carbon Credit program are contributed to 
the United Nations Carbon Offset PlatformThe result being…the UNSDG’s
‘Climate Action’ initiative gets subsidized, global projects get funded, carbon reduction is realized!




Personal Co2 emissions…
The average Co2 emission of a person living in England is 12.7 tonnes Co2 per year. The average carbon footprint for a person in the United States is 16 tonnes, one of the highest rates in the world.

Globally, the average is closer to 4 tonnes. While a person living in Chad uses less than 1 tonne. To limit global warming to 2°C, the average Co2 emission per capita on our planet must not exceed 2.1 tonnes by 2050.

*Median UK household emissions are 17.1 tonnes of Co2 emission per year whilst the mean is as high as 20.2 tonnes.
C02 Emission Permit – Carbon Credit:
Suitable for both personal & business carbon offsetting programs.
Available for purchase here

What is Net Zero?

We’ve all heard the term net zero, but what exactly does it mean? Put simply, net zero refers to the balance between the amount of greenhouse gas produced and the amount removed from the atmosphere. We reach net zero when the amount we add is no more than the amount taken away.

Did You Know?…

The world has already warmed by 1.1C and now UN experts say that it is likely to breach 1.5C in the 2030’s. In its latest report (May 2023), the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said “every increment of global warming will intensify multiple and concurrent hazards”.