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Latest news

BP Target Neutral helps World Gas Conference 2015 be lower carbon

As delegates from around the world flew in to Paris last week for the World Gas Conference 2015, they did so knowing that their travel carbon footprint was being offset via BP Target Neutral.


BP had a major presence at the three-yearly event and used BP Target neutral to help WGC achieve its goal to be lower carbon this year. The conference attracts delegates and trade visitors from the gas industry, including major gas companies and their service providers.

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BP supporting Masdar to Offset Carbon Impact of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week this January

Masdar, BP partnership to help mitigate carbon impact of delegate travel and operations at biggest international sustainability event in the Middle East.

Masdar, Abu Dhabi’s renewable energy company, has announced BP as the “Official Carbon Offset Partner” for Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week 2015 – a yearly event that unites the international community in an effort to address the interconnected challenges of energy and water security, climate risk and sustainable development. The event, January 17-24, combines the World Future Energy Summit, International Water Summit and EcoWaste conferences.

This is the second year BPTN is helping to mitigate the carbon impact of the summit.

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Additional benefits of carbon offsetting valued at $664 per credit

Offsetting one tonne of carbon dioxide brings an additional $664 in benefits to the communities where carbon reduction projects are based, according to research published today.

Infographic from the ICROA research

The research, carried out by Imperial College London in partnership with the International Carbon Reduction and Offsetting Alliance (ICROA), demonstrates how purchasing carbon credits creates economic development opportunities, aids environmental conservation and helps improve people’s lives by delivering household savings, health benefits and improving water resources, among other social benefits.

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Wishing the best of luck to all the inspirational athletes competing at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow!

Spectators from around the world heading for the excitement of Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games

BP Target Neutral and thousands of spectators, supporting a lower carbon Glasgow 2014

As the city of Glasgow gears up to welcome Scotland’s biggest sporting and cultural event, the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, spectators from all over the world will be heading there to cheer on their teams.

BP Target Neutral is very proud to be helping the Games be lower carbon by offering ticketholders the chance to offset their travel to Glasgow for free. The travel carbon footprint of each journey registered at www.bptargetneutral.com/offsetglasgow2014 (website now closed) will be neutralised thanks to local low carbon development projects across the globe. One of the projects we are supporting for the Commonwealth Games offsetting programme is a forestation project in Kenya, where 8,000 small-hold farmers are involved in planting and maintaining forests on the slopes of Mt Kenya.

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