Airport carbon offsetting

Lead the way on sustainable travel. Empower travellers to reduce their carbon footprint with our simple offsetting solution.

The trusted carbon offsetting solution for:

Airports are perfectly positioned to offer a clear and immediate course of action on flight emissions. Help your travellers to become Climate Friendly with voluntary carbon offsetting.

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A simple white label offsetting solution

Climate Friendly Traveller sits outside of your other
sustainability initiatives,
giving a significant boost to the action you are already taking.

Travellers become aware of the opportunity to offset through QR codes on digital signage and on connecting to airport WiFI.

They can easily calculate the carbon footprint of their flight and pay to offset it.

Every offset is aggregated in your cumulative impact dashboard, a powerful way of supporting your sustainability messaging.

Support the highest quality carbon
offset projects

We make sure that every offset contribution goes directly to projects that deliver the biggest impact for the environment.

Every one of our projects is third party verified and meets a range of UN Sustainable Development Goals.

We direct contributions to projects that support reforestation and clean energy, locally and globally.

As well as removing carbon from the atmosphere, each contribution helps to restore ecosystems and create sustainable green jobs.

We understand just how complex, expensive and inefficient it is for airports to create their own carbon offsetting programmes. We exist to make it simple, trustworthy and affordable.

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Climate Friendly FAQs

  • What is a carbon offset?

    A carbon credit is what is bought and sold when dealing with voluntary carbon offsets. For every tonne of CO2 that a project manages to absorb or otherwise reduce, a carbon credit is issued. Carbon credits are certified by international standards and held in registries like the Gold Standard registry (international credits) or the Emissions Trading Register (New Zealand).

  • What does carbon offsetting do?

    Carbon offsetting is a tool that allows individuals or companies to reduce their environmental impact. Purchasing carbon offsets supports environmental projects that remove greenhouse gases from the air, these projects could be things like reforestation projects or investment into renewable energy. Purchasing one carbon offset credit removes the equivalent of one tonne of CO2 from the atmosphere.

  • How are flight emissions calculated?

    CarbonClick uses the international standard method for flight emissions calculations. Taking into account average loading factors and routes between different airports. A point of contention in calculating the emissions of flights is ‘Radiative Forcing’, this related to the effects vapours and aerosols have when released in high atmosphere in forming clouds, due to the ongoing debate in the scientific community CarbonClicks calculations do not currently include the effects of radiative forcing.

  • Who are CarbonClick?

    CarbonClick is a New Zealand company that exists to reverse climate change, CarbonClick empowers businesses and their customers to tackle climate change, by making carbon offsets simple, trustworthy and cost effective. Building a happier and more sustainable future for everyone.

  • Where does the money go?

    The money paid to CarbonClick for carbon credits goes towards certified carbon offset projects that have met the highest standards. The funds are distributed amongst carbon offset suppliers carrying out the projects and CarbonClick takes a margin on the carbon credits for sourcing projects, quality assurance, administration and transaction fees.

  • How do I know the offset is trustworthy?

    CarbonClick is committed to making carbon offsetting safe and trustworthy, we do this by tracing every transaction to the projects it supported so you can see the retirement certificates for every kg of CO2 offset. The trace link is sent in every purchase confirmation email, and can also be found on our website.

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