We provide resources to assist businesses and individuals to measure, reduce and offset their emissions.
Go carbon neutral in 3 steps
1. Measure carbon footprint
The Institute offers a straight-forward way for people and businesses to measure their carbon footprint.
2. Offset emissions
Offset your emissions with carbon offset certificates that finance projects to remove carbon from the atmosphere.
3. Reduce emissions
There is a free emission reduction program template for businesses, and guidance for individuals, to reduce emissions.
Business Carbon Footprint
The Institute provides free tutorials and templates to assist small and medium sized companies to measure their carbon footprint quickly and accurately.
The GHG Accounting Guide enables you to conduct a proper GHG emissions survey using recognised standards, ensuring that you have the correct procedures and documentation in place.
There are spreadsheet templates based on emission factors from the EPA and the UNFCC.
Personal Carbon Footprint
You can go carbon neutral right away using average emission calculations or you can download a free spreadsheet based on EPA emission data for a more detailed analysis.
It only takes a few minutes to check your footprint
Verified Carbon Neutral Projects reduce and remove carbon from the atmosphere that would otherwise stay there for thousands of years. They slow down the rate of global warming, buying us time to make the transition to low carbon economies.
The Institute aims to help small and medium businesses to go carbon neutral. With guidance from our tutorials, companies can ensure they are following GHG accounting standards correctly.
Offset your emissions
Buy Carbon Certificates through the Climate Change Institute from a range that represents the best value on the market.
Be recognised for your investment in fighting climate change
Use this label on your website, ads and anywhere people come into contact with your brand.
It shows you are sponsoring verified carbon neutral projects. to lower global emissions.
14,000 climate scientists have issued a warning that we may soon hit the point of no return where climate change becomes irreversible no matter what actions we take.
We cannot stop climate change if we just rely on government regulation. Consumers and investors must also support climate the genuine climate friendly companies
If we do not support companies that have invested in reducing and offsetting their emissions, then eventually their higher emitting competitors may put them out of business
Survey of Climate Friendly Companies
This is a free service provided by the Institute to give consumers information on the genuine climate friendly companies.
- Our ‘Climate Friendly Companies’ Twitter site is our most popular with over 75,000 followers.
- People increasingly want correct information on which products to buy that are good for the environment.
Many companies claim to be climate friendly, but what actions have they really taken?
Climate Change Institute Social Media News Network
More than 750,00 followers over multiple sites broadcasting climate change news and information to assist people and companies to become carbon neutral.
Climate Change Research
- How Albanese’s practical pivot on climate paved the way for a Greens surge | Katharine Murphyby Katharine Murphy on May 22, 2022 at 5:30 pm
Analysis: As Labor focused on opportunities for working people in the transition to renewables, the Greens mounted a formidable on-the-ground […]
- The Guardian view on swallows and swifts: nature’s messengers | Editorialby Editorial on May 22, 2022 at 5:25 pm
Migrant birds carry information around the globe. When their arrival is delayed, we should worrySwifts are back in UK skies, putting an end to the […]
- Australia’s rightwing government weaponised climate change – now it has faced its reckoningby Katharine Murphy Guardian Australia political editor on May 22, 2022 at 8:45 am
PM Scott Morrison has been dumped by electorate fed up with inaction on emissions and eager for changeWhen Scott Morrison won Australia’s federal […]
- With no A-listers, can Davos still play a part on the global stage?by Larry Elliott on May 21, 2022 at 11:05 pm
This year’s meeting may just manage some climate progress, but many say the forum is irrelevant in a changed worldThe highlight of the last […]
- New Zealand’s promised action on climate is nothing more than a tottering baby’s first steps | Sue Bradfordby Sue Bradford on May 21, 2022 at 8:00 pm
Instead of taking on vested interests in the agriculture and corporate sectors, the government continues to take the line of least resistanceOn the […]
- Stirring Up a Mid-Atlantic Bloomby NASA Earth Observatory on May 21, 2022 at 2:32 pm
In mid-May, cool waters and abundant sunlight provoked a widespread phytoplankton bloom.
- Cabo de Gata-Níjar Natural Parkby NASA Earth Observatory on May 21, 2022 at 4:00 am
The park’s semi-arid climate and volcanic features contribute to the peculiar landscape along southeastern Spain’s Mediterranean coastline.
- Traces of an Ancient Watery World in Capitol Reefby NASA Earth Observatory on May 20, 2022 at 4:00 am
In the Utah desert, the red rocks, cliffs, and canyons of this nautically named national park—and many of its famous fossils—owe their existence to water.
- Spotting Severe Storms with Satellitesby NASA Earth Observatory on May 19, 2022 at 4:00 am
Overshooting tops and above-anvil cirrus plumes are clues that an especially destructive thunderstorm is brewing below.
Climate Change Solutions
- What is the goal of HIE?by John Tarantino on May 18, 2022 at 1:26 pm
The healthcare industry continues to benefit from technological advances that improve the quality and efficiency of patient care. This is also […]
- Make a Long-Term Eco-Planby John Tarantino on May 13, 2022 at 3:33 am
Sustainability is vital for both people and the planet. However, it can be challenging to make the switch to living a more eco-friendly lifestyle. […]
- Solar Panel Degradation: How Long Solar Panel Lastby John Tarantino on May 12, 2022 at 12:21 pm
Solar panels are the new renewable energy that makes quite some impact in work. However, just installing one and forgetting about it is not the right […]
- How Can You Help the Environment At Home?by John Tarantino on May 9, 2022 at 3:53 am
People are waking up to the urgency of the climate crisis, and everyone who acknowledges the gravity of the situation wants to take meaningful […]
- 8 Carbon-Neutral Household Products for the Conscious Consumerby John Tarantino on May 5, 2022 at 4:44 am
If you’re like many conscious consumers, you’re probably at least a little bit concerned about the size of your carbon footprint. Every time we […]
- Thermophotovoltaic cells top 40 percent efficiencyby Isabelle Dumé on May 21, 2022 at 9:00 am
Two-junction devices could be integrated into renewable energy systems for low-cost thermal grid storage The post Thermophotovoltaic cells top 40 percent efficiency appeared first on Physics World.
- Black-hole physics and that iconic ‘shadow’ image, balloons and rockets probe the atmosphere’s acoustic ductby Hamish Johnston on May 19, 2022 at 3:13 pm
We speak to a geophysicist and an astrophysicist in this week’s podcast The post Black-hole physics and that iconic ‘shadow’ image, balloons and rockets probe the atmosphere’s acoustic duct appeared first on Physics World.
- The dilemma of corrosion and better corrosion managementby No Author on May 17, 2022 at 1:17 pm
Join the audience for a live webinar on 15 June 2022 sponsored by Hiden Analytical, in partnership with The Electrochemical Society The post The dilemma of corrosion and better corrosion management appeared first on Physics World.
- Undersea muon detectors monitor variations in water depthby No Author on May 13, 2022 at 1:29 pm
Meteotsunami is detected in Tokyo Bay The post Undersea muon detectors monitor variations in water depth appeared first on Physics World.
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