Map your carbon footprint and contribute to a better climate and a better life for people most vulnerable to the effects of climate change.
1Map your carbon footprint
Your carbon footprint is determined by various factors: think of your electricity consumption, flights and daily transport. FairClimateFund helps you to map your carbon footprint via our CO₂-calculator.
2Reduce your CO 2 emissions
Sustainable living starts with making more conscious choices in the area of consumption, housing and transport. You can decide at any time to reduce your carbon footprint. Check out our tips!
3Generate sustainable energy yourself
For the energy that you still need, we advise you to use renewable energy as much as possible. Think of electric driving, or investing in solar or wind energy.
4Fund fair climate action
You can also take responsibility for the CO₂ emissions that you cannot (yet) reduce. These emissions have major consequences for people in vulnerable areas. Based on your remaining CO₂ footprint, you determine how much money you want to invest in fair climate projects.
In our projects we work with Fairtrade principles that help local communities adopt sustainable practices, such as planting trees and using renewable energy. These projects have a positive impact on the environment and the people who live there.
By contributing to climate projects that support mitigation, adaptation, biodiversity and nature conservation, you take responsibility for your remaining emissions and contribute to global climate action.