We have handpicked these projects with the main objective of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, for example by contributing to the transition to renewable energy. The projects are certified by strict standards, primarily the Gold Standard, and are regularly reviewed by independent third parties.
Inefficient built-in stoves for cooking and heating are being reconstructed into being 70% more efficient. This contributes to decreasing deforestation and protecting a giant panda habitat.Learn more
Inefficient built-in stoves for cooking and heating are being reconstructed into being 70% more efficient. This contributes to decreasing deforestation and protecting a giant panda habitat.
With these smart biogas stoves we fight climate change while Improving health and quality of life for people living in rural uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra.
By generating clean, renewable energy, the project helps in reducing India’s reliance on fossil fuels and curbing greenhouse gas emissions. It is estimated that the project prevents the release of over 550,000 metric tons of CO2 equivalents per year.
One of the most effective certified climate project out there according to NGO giving green, this project manufactures and distributes improved cookstoves in Kenya.
The GoClimate community is now supporting Gold Standard certified Prony Wind Power project in New Caledonia, situated in the South Pacific.
This large scale solar energy project in India generates renewable energy for the grid and supports local development.
This project generates heat from waste material from a paper pulp mill. The heat is circulated back into the operations and replaces energy from a nearby coal plant.
This solar power project contributes with green electricity to the Indian grid.
The purpose of all our projects is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, for example by contributing to the transition towards renewable energy.
Each operational year of the projects, the avoided emissions are measured in carbon dioxide equivalents, which we purchase as carbon credits. This means that the impact can't later be undone.
We always pick the projects that make the most climate impact. This can, for example, be projects in highly fossil-fuel dependent countries where clean renewable energy makes a big difference.
In addition to the climate impact, the projects contribute to local sustainable development, for example by offering jobs or improving air quality.
Projects are certified by strict standards, such as the Gold Standard, and are regularly reviewed by independent third parties.