individuals & companies
european climate goals
remove more CO2 with us.
“Did you know that bamboo absorbs more carbon and produces more oxygen than trees?”
Due to its fast growth and long lifespan, bamboo is one of the best crops in terms of carbon storage. Bamboo absorbs an average of 20 tonnes of CO2 per year / per hectare.
When carbon storage in durable products and compensation through substitution is added, a total compensation of more than 500 tonnes per hectare / per year is attained.
1. Carbon removal certificates (CRCs) for individuals or companies who want to remove CO2 and strive for a climate positive world. CRCs are more and more perceived as a valuable asset on companies balance sheets and in investment portfolios.
2. Footprint compensation certificates (FCCs) through planting of bamboo for individuals as wel as companies. We also take part in planting programs.
Your compensation allows us to plant more bamboo. Bamboo fields clean the air by storing carbon in the soil.
Interested in our Carbon programs?
european green deal.
The European Green Deal is a series of policy initiatives by the von der Leyen Commission with the overarching goal of making Europe climate neutral by 2050, thereby becoming the first climate neutral continent.
By 2030, CO2 emissions must be reduced by 55 percent compared to 1990. To support companies and citizens in this transition, Europe is setting up a fund containing 144 billion euros for the period 2025 – 2032.
With the new European Green Deal carbon credits are more relevant than ever. Companies not attaining the emission goals will have to compensate through buying of carbon credits.
with our carbon credits you make a direct impact.
The revenues of our carbon credits or carbon removal certificates (CRCs) are used to enlarge our bamboo fields and invest in our operations. By that we finance local development, create jobs and let nature revive. More fields means even more potential to take CO2 out of the air in the future.
Bamboologic contributes to 8 United Nation SDG’s.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) were adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015 as a worldwide effort to end poverty and hunger, protect the planet and ensure future generations can enjoy peace, prosperity and a clean enviroment.