Committed for over ten years in the fight against global warming, we absorb all CO2 travel emissions of our travellers, both in the air and on land, through large reforestation projects worldwide. We also achieve carbon neutrality on all travel for our employees.
1400 trees planted daily
How does carbon absorption work?
Today, air transport accounts for 3% of global greenhouse gas emissions - an exponential figure. And if technology continues to advance, it will become increasingly difficult, over the next ten years, to travel "clean". The only concrete option is to absorb C02 emissions, particularly through tree planting. By financing reforestation projects around the world, we contribute to the absorption of carbon dioxide. Every day, nearly 1,400 trees are planted, or about 500,000 trees a year.
100 % neutral CO2
Carbon neutrality, what is it?
Each trip made by our clients has a measurable impact on global warming. We can calculate precisely the amount of CO2 emissions related to our customers. This makes it possible to know the exact number of trees that need to be planted in order to absorb the CO2 created.
2030 in the spotlight
According to the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change), it would take ten years to reduce our CO2 emissions by 50% to stay below a temperature increase of 1.5° - the critical threshold of global warming. The second phase involves achieving carbon neutrality by the year 2050, an extreme goal but one that is achievable if all countries and industries work together... starting today.
2,87 tonnes of CO2
This is the carbon footprint of a London to New York return flight . Or, one and a half times the annual quota that each person should meet in order to maintain a reasonable level of warming. To absorb CO2 emissions from this flight, approximately 20 trees should be planted.
3 key ideas
The airline industry already has the means to reduce its ecological impact. We encourage tourism stakeholders to follow three essential points:
- • Develop technology to achieve kerosene savings
- • Fund the transition to green hydrogen
- • Absorb the CO2 balance through reforestation projects financed by an adapted tax
250 projects supported
Our Foundation, created in 2009, supports a number of humanitarian projects in developing countries in Africa, Asia and South America. Since 2009, nearly £1,400,000 has been invested in the support of over 250 projects in 30 countries.
4 major reforestation projects
In the Sundarbans region, threatened by the rising waters, the NGO News has worked with the local population to replant 16 million mangroves.
The island of Sumatra has lost 50% of its forest in 40 years. NGO Yagasu has replanted 32 million trees. It also carries out social actions, participates in scientific research and contributes to mammal protection.
Since 2006, the association Oceanium has worked for the protection of the environment and the restoration of the mangrove. In total, 104 million trees have been planted!
The province of Saint-Martin, in the north of the country, is 97% primary forest. The PUR Projet association protects over 741,000 acres by encouraging new forms of management, such as agroforestry.