Providing Our Quality Assurance Protocol to Carbon Offset Projects

Founded in 2003, Carbonfund.org Foundation is a leading non-profit carbon offset provider making it easy and affordable for both individuals and organizations to mitigate their climate impacts by supporting some of the highest quality carbon offset projects on the planet with significant community benefits. Carbonfund.org projects include large scale forest protection in the Amazonian Basin of Brazil equivalent to over 750,000 acres, clean cook stove projects in Kenya, and Landfill Gas to Energy projects in New England that capture potent methane from entering the atmosphere and provide clean energy to local communities.

Carbonfund.org Foundation highest quality carbon offset projects all meet our Quality Assurance Protocol meaning our partners and donors can always be confident they are supporting some of the highest quality projects on the planet.  The Carbonfund.org Quality Assurance Protocol means our carbon offset projects are always verified to the highest third- party certification standards on the planet such as the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS), American Carbon Registry (ACR) and the Climate, Community, and Biodiversity Standard (CCB).

Experts agree we need a major reduction in CO2 over the next fifty years. With this in mind, we need to support the highest quality carbon offset projects right now while also providing local communities with major community benefits.

Carbonfund.org Foundation Quality Assurance Protocol

The Carbonfund.org Quality Assurance Protocol assures our donor support some of the highest quality carbon reduction projects on the planet.  Our Quality Assurance Protocol includes that our projects are 1) third- party certified 2) third- party validated with on-going verifications that projects meet those standards 3) third-party audited to top carbon standards. Carbonfund.org supports and develops projects from around the world to leading certification standards.

For more information about Carbonfund.org Foundation; please visit www.carbonfund.org and our project page at www.carbonfund.org/projects.