Our Climate Protection Projects – Enabling Your Engagement


We offer one of the most extensive portfolios of climate protection projects, certified to the highest standards in the market. We prioritize renewable energy, energy efficiency and forest conservation projects that are sustainable – resulting in clear socio-economic and environmental benefits. All of our projects are additional, meaning that without the income generated through the sale of certificates, they wouldn’t be feasible at all. These projects rely on our collective on-going support.

The projects shown below are samples from our portfolio.
Please contact us to learn more about the full range of projects and certificates that are available.

Peru: Sustainable Forestry in the Amazon basin in Madre de Dios

Total emissions reduction: 660,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: REDD+

The Project
The Amazon basin stretches over 8 million square kilometers. Inaccessibility provides effective protection for invaluable habitats for animals and plants…>>

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Uganda: Efficient cook stoves help to reduce deforestation

Total emissions reductions: 450,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Energy efficiency

The Project
Uganda currently loses about 2% of its forest cover annually, fuel wood use being the second driver after land-clearing. Around 95% of Ugandan … >>

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India: Clean biogas for 7,000 families

Total emission reductions: 28,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Renewable energy -Biogas

The Project
The majority of families in rural areas of India depend on wood as a source of household energy. As a result, the wood resources degrade constantly …>>

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Germany: Abandoned mines can generate electricity

Total emission reductions: 60,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Coal Mine Methane

The Project
Despite being one of the world’s largest markets for renewable energy, Germany has an extensive history of coal extraction. Nowadays, the vast majority of coal mines … >>

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Zambia: The Lower Zambezi Community Forestry Project

Total emission reductions: 210,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: REDD+

The Project
The Lower Zambezi REDD+ project protects 39,000 hectares of threatened valuable Miombo forest from deforestation. It is one of  …. >>

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Madagascar: Hydropower project

Total emission reductions: 40,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Renewable Energy: Hydro

The Project
As Madagascar’s first privately operated run-of-river power plant, the Sahanivotry hydroelectric power plant is an important lighthouse project for the sustainable conversion and expansion of the island’s electricity supply. … >>

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Malawi: Restoring boreholes for clean water supply

Total emission reductions: 10,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Restoring boreholes for clean water supply

The Project
In Dowa and Kasungu Districts, around half of rural communities live without safe water. This situation is exacerbated by … >>

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Mongolia: The Salkhit wind farm

Total emission reductions: 180,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Renewable energy

The Project
The rough continental climate in Mongolia is characterized by very long and cold winters. Temperatures reaching 40 … >>

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Thailand: Generating clean electricity from the sun

Total emission reductions:: 56,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Renewable Energy – Solar

The Project
With a total capacity of 81.53 megawatts, it will feed almost 110 gigawatt hours of electricity into the regional grid. … >>

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China: Wind farm generates sustainable energy

Total emission reductions: 97,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Renewable Energy: Wind

The Project
The wind farm feeds approximately 110,000 MWh of electricity into the Northwest China Power Grid (NCPG) annually and displaces electricity from coal-fired power plants. … >>

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Türkei: Yuntdag windpark

Total emission reductions: 115,000 t CO2 p.a.
Project type: Renewable Energy: Wind

The Project
The annual production is sufficient to supply 80,000 households in the surrounding area with electricity. … >>

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