ShipsGo’s Carbon Offset Service for sustainable container shipping is a crucial solution for balancing the shipping industry’s carbon emissions. You can support carbon offset projects and be a part of the sustainable solution for your shipping emissions.

What is Carbon Footprint?

The carbon footprint represents the amount of CO2 or equivalent greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that are generated by individuals through their daily activities and products they use and organizations through their business activities and goods they produce. 

Offsetting our carbon footprints has a major effect on the fight against the climate crisis and in promoting sustainable resource management. To this end, you can lower your impact on climate crises by supporting carbon offset projects that have been implemented worldwide.

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What is Carbon Offsetting?

The Carbon offset represents an action to compensate for the CO2 or equivalent greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that are generated by individuals or organizations that are not yet carbon-neutral.

Most influential carbon offset actions are taken by global projects conducted worldwide and the parties that fund these sustainable projects.

Carbon offsetting is our weapon to fight against the climate crisis. Through the right initiatives, you can be a part of the solution and preserve our planet for future generations.

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What Are The Focus Areas Of Carbon Offset Projects?

Carbon offset projects are the tangible actions taken to balance the harmful gas amount released into the atmosphere. Several projects are conducted in different countries, and the focus areas are energy efficiency, reforestation, renewable energy, agricultural practices, and waste and landfill management. You all can take action to preserve our planet’s unique assets by supporting these sustainable projects via ShipsGo.

You can review one of the carbon offset projects listed in ShipsGo:

Who Verifies Carbon Offset Projects?

ShipsGo attaches great importance to the reliability of the carbon offset projects you fund and ensures their compliance with the regulations and standards. To this end, only the projects suitable and validated by The Gold Standard (GS) and the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) are displayed in ShipsGo. The Gold Standard (GS) and the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) are global validators of carbon offset projects, assessing their adequacy and effectiveness.

In 2003, The Gold Standard was established through cooperation with NGOs, such as the World Wide Fund for Nature(WWF). The certification of carbon offset initiatives is under consideration by the Gold Standard. In 2005, the Climate Group, the International Emissions Trading Association, and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, these NGOs established The Verified Carbon Standard (VCS).

How can I offset carbon emissions by using ShipsGo?

Visit the ShipsGo Carbon Offset page or Login to your dashboard  👉 Green Future  👉 Offset Now 🌱 

Decide the offset amount, choose a project, fill in the certificate information, and continue.

We will receive your certificate request after you click the button and reach you by email regarding your payment preferences.

After you are directed to the payment and finalize your purchase, you’ll receive the certificate and use it as proof you have demonstrated compliance.

How do Carbon Offset Projects Support UN Sustainability Goals?

17 Sustainable Goals, also known as Global Goals, were created by United Nations in 2015 to call all individuals and organizations to act globally. SDG’s main objectives are ending poverty and providing equality, health education, and sustainability. Another major subject on the table is achieving peace and prosperity for all individuals by 2030.

The carbon offset projects we list for you contribute to almost all 17 United Nations’ sustainable development goals by helping water improvement, cleansing water sources, reducing energy, and much more. By offsetting through these projects, you can compensate for the CO2 and GHG caused by your shipments and make a concrete difference in the world.