Urban Offsets helps cities develop carbon offset projects in partnership with the hundreds of colleges and universities across America committed to running carbon neutral campuses.
Here’s how it works:
We help colleges choose the number of trees they would like planted in their community. Each tree planted through our program provides carbon offsets that reduce a college’s carbon footprint.
We work with cities and non-profits to plant and maintain those trees. Our software tracks the growth of each tree, ensuring they grow and stay healthy.
We then provide the carbon offsets back to colleges and direct their investment into their community.
Keeping carbon offsets local can drive national change while also providing the pathway to sustainable and resilient communities.
Higher Education + Innovation
For institutions committed to real impact, sustainability leadership means more than LED lightbulbs.
College and University leaders across the country are taking action to prevent climate change by choosing to reduce their carbon emissions. Now they can invest in local carbon projects that support their climate action plans and improve their surrounding communities. With Urban Offsets, your institution can lower its carbon footprint, impact your community in a visible way, and create ongoing student research opportunities. Contact us to learn more about how Urban Offsets supports your institution’s carbon neutrality goals.
EFFICIENCY IS NO LONGER ENOUGH.
Community + Opportunity
For cities committed to healthy growth, building a sustainable community requires more than a vision.
Cities are the center of the 21st century economy. Urban Offsets helps ensure businesses and citizens can flourish by making American cities more resilient to climate change. With new and innovative partnerships, cities can improve and grow their urban forests, build healthier communities, and become more resilient to climate change. Contact us to learn more about how Urban Offsets supports your city’s vision for a sustainable future.
FUND YOUR SUSTAINABLE FUTURE.
“Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.”