Contribute to UN certifed emission reduction projects and offset your share of the carbon dioxide emitted from your flight by reducing the amount emitted elsewhere.
Our offset scheme achieves the highest quality standards.
easyJet buys from a range of UN Certified Emission Reduction projects (CERs). Why? They are the highest quality carbon credits available, where the UN Board of Approval verifies the emission saving from the project - so the carbon reduction is real. The projects range from bio-mass projects to wind farms, (see project example below) the common thread is the UN stamp of approval. We retire the credits, putting them beyond use.
easyJet makes no profit from this scheme and buys directly from the pool of UN credits available. This way we can make sure the maximum amount is funnelled to the project.For full details on how your money is spent, please view the appropriate section in our terms and conditionsCarbon Calculator
The Perlabi Hydroelectric renewable energy project is a small hydroelectric plant using water from the Chirizacha river in the Andes hillside in Ecuador, South America. It has expected emission reductions in the first 10 years of 74,000 tonnes. This project generates clean electricity, reducing reliance on fossil fuel power generation as well as creating benefits and job opportunities to the local community.View UN approval for Perlabi
In additon to the above, easyJet will support other UN certified emission reduction schemes, when they become available.
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See what else we're doing in the air.What we do in the air
Ground operations have a vital role to support a low energy and carbon intensive operation - so everything from short turnarounds, simple airport structure contribute to a way of thinking that enhances the environment.What we do on the ground