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About the Carbon Store
We’re committed to finding the most sustainable and impactful carbon projects out there. To ensure both climate integrity and positive impact beyond climate, the sustainability-driven Compensate approach is built on 4 pillars: scientific evaluation, built-in overcompensation to mitigate risks, protection of biodiversity and social justice, and a portfolio approach.
The Compensate Credit is a high-quality carbon credit that builds upon international standards, like Gold Standard and Verra, but goes even beyond them. It is based on a diverse portfolio of carbon projects that meet tight criteria related to climate integrity, biodiversity, social justice, and human rights. The credit provides the best impact-cost ratio and it has an in-built overcompensation mechanism that mitigates risks related to carbon projects and enables a more robust compensation claim compared to standard carbon credits. One Compensate Credit equals at least one less tonne of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. The price of the Compensate Credit is 35€. Compensate takes a fee, typically between 10 and 20%, to cover payment processing and operations costs.
Purchasing one Compensate Credit guarantees the removal, sequestration or prevention of at least 1 tonne of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. To offset your emissions, purchase one Compensate Credit per 1000kg (1 tonne) of CO2e emitted, or purchase more if your goal is to be carbon negative.
CO₂e means carbon dioxide equivalent. This means that all greenhouse gas emissions caused by something are accounted for, and expressed in the functionally equivalent amount of carbon dioxide for clarity. If, for example, the carbon footprint of your activity is 1 340 tonnes of CO₂e, this means that all greenhouse gas emissions have been counted, and the end result is expressed in CO₂e.
Our carbon projects
By compensating, you're supporting these high-quality carbon projects and sustainable development.