It only takes a minute to calculate your travel CO2 emissions. Knowing your emissions helps you make informed decisions about your travel choices and, if you choose to, the cost to buy offsets from our high quality offsetting projects.
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Curious to know what sort of low carbon project is supported by BP Target Neutral to help neutralise your carbon footprint?
BP Target Neutral supports the Grouped Hydropower Plants in Chongqing, Yunnan, Sichuan and Guizhou provinces, China. The project activity achieves greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions by displacing electricity from fossil fuel based power plants connected to the grid.
We have updated our travel calculator to use the latest DEFRA emissions factors (2015). If you are renewing an annual offset, we recommend you recalculate your emissions to make sure you are acting with the most accurate information. Emissions factors evolve as science gains a greater understanding of the impact of different forms of travel – so an annual check is always worthwhile.
Companies, governments, and individuals voluntarily spent just under $4.5 billion on conservation and clean energy over the past decade by purchasing nearly 1 billion carbon offsets, finds a new report released on the sidelines of last week’s international climate talks in Bonn, Germany.
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.