Whether you’re an individual or an organisation, carbon offsetting is a reliable and measurable way to take  action against global warming and make a positive impact on the climate.

By offsetting or ‘compensating’ your carbon and other greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, you are supporting projects that absorb or reduce GHG emissions elsewhere. We offer carbon offsets (also referred to as carbon credits) from reforestation and forest protection projects only because we believe that they provide additional social and ecological benefits.


The reduction and/or offset of all GHG emissions is referred to as carbon neutrality. You can choose your favourite project to buy carbon offsets from, or buy a spread from a selection if you’d like to help more than one.

FF Certificate SampleFor individuals, we sell carbon offsets for retiring purpose only and will send a certificate confirming the amount of CO2 that you have offset, with the serial number of the offsets purchased and a link to the registry’s website confirming the retirement of the offsets.

We help clients communicate about the projects that provide carbon credits with their final user. We use our strong personal knowledge of the projects to help firms talk about their environmental investments in a way that connects with the average individual and that builds faith in the environmental credentials of our clients.

We offer high quality carbon credits

Forest Futures sells carbon credits from projects that are certified by the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) and the Climate, Community, and Biodiversity Standards (CCB Standards).

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The methodologies and protocols of these standards ensure that our carbon offsets are real, measurable, unique, permanent, additional and verified by an independent third party. All carbon offsets are issued by and registered in one of the two VCS registries, APX and Markit Environmental Registry.

The VCS Program is among the most widely used quality assurance system for accounting for greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions in the voluntary carbon market.

The CCB Standards validate projects that ensure social and environmental benefits such as support to local communities and conservation of biodiversity and ecosystems.