Together we can create a healthier planet!

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Why is GoClimate needed?

In order to keep the global temperature increase below 1.5°C, carbon dioxide emissions must be reduced by 50% by 2030. We think it's crazy that we as individuals have to take so much responsibility for how our lifestyles affect the climate. But with temperatures soaring and governments and world leaders failing to make the systemic change that is urgently needed, we all need to do what we can to have a chance of slowing down the climate crisis and saving millions of lives.

How do we slow down climate change?

We believe the best way to slow down climate change is to put pressure on governments and world leaders while reducing our own emissions and supporting effective climate projects that accelerate the transition to a sustainable world. The climate projects we support have the safest and best certification, the Gold Standard. We always have climate justice in mind and work with 100% transparency, all info about the projects we support can be found here.

Where does the money go?

  • We follow a rigorous evaluation process following criterias for high-quality carbon projects defined by WWF.
  • We pick projects that give maximum climate impact, while also contributing to other UN sustainability goals.
  • Your financial contribution equals your individual carbon footprint.

100% financial transparency

We want you to feel safe with how your money makes an impact. We continuously update the site with our outgoings, making sure that you know where every cent is used.

This is how it works

Climate tips

As an individual, the main areas where you can directly influence your own carbon footprint are linked to your diet, home, travel and consumption habits. Beyond this, it is imperative that we work together for systemic change, which is why we have also included tips on how you can act to support the transition on a structural level.

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