Address Your Impact on Climate Change
NativeEnergy’s Help Build™ carbon offsets accomplish more than most offsets: they help fund new projects that reduce greenhouse gas pollution.
What is a “Carbon Footprint”?
When you use energy or products manufactured with fossil fuels, you generate carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change. The combination of emissions caused by your home, transportation, and daily life is known as your “carbon footprint.”
There are many ways to reduce your carbon footprint—you can drive a hybrid car, use compact fluorescent lighting, and eat local food.
After you find ways to save energy, you can address your remaining carbon footprint with carbon offsets.
How Help Build™ Carbon Offsets Work:
Typically, when someone buys a carbon offset, the money goes to pay for a reduction in greenhouse gases that has already occurred. This purchase supports an existing project. Sometimes community-based projects don’t have enough funding to be built in the first place. Help Build™ carbon offsets bridge the gap. You purchase carbon offsets from a project in advance—that is, before the emission reductions occur. By doing so, you play a key role in funding its construction, enabling it to cut greenhouse gas pollution on your behalf for years to come.
To calculate your carbon offset, we use internationally recognized methodologies to determine the emissions that your project will reduce. Once generated, all carbon offsets also undergo third-party certification to ensure that they truly occurred. For details, visit our certifications and project performance pages.
Reducing your carbon footprint with NativeEnergy carbon offsets is simple:
- Calculate your carbon footprint
Quantify the greenhouse gas emissions from your household, travel, or business.
- Reduce your footprint by purchasing NativeEnergy carbon offsets
Purchase carbon offsets through our carbon calculators or our quick purchase tool.