Get involved via our carbon contribution projects
Explore our portfolio of certified carbon contribution projects located in France, Europe, Latin America, Africa and Asia with Low Carbon Label projects.
Different methodologies are proposed: Forest, Mangrove, Cookstoves, Landfill, Renewable Energies, Biomass etc..
Each project is aligned with specific Sustainable Development Goals, and includes co-benefits for local communities and the climate.
The development of our projects
in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals
The SDGs are the Sustainable Development Goals, created by the UN to provide a roadmap to a better and more sustainable future for all. There are 17 of them.
SDG 1: No Poverty
Economic growth must be shared to create sustainable jobs and promote equality.
SDG 2: No Hunger
The food and agriculture sector offers key solutions for development and is at the heart of the eradication of hunger and poverty.
SDG 3: Good health
Empowering people to live a healthy life and promoting the well-being of all people of all ages is essential for sustainable development.
SDG 4: Quality education
Obtaining quality education is the foundation for improving people’s lives and sustainable development.
SDG 5: Gender equality
Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right, but also a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world.
SDG 6: Clean water and sanitation
Clean and accessible water for all is an essential part of the world we want to live in.
SDG 7: Clean energy
Sustainable energy is an opportunity to transform lives, economies and the planet.
SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
We need to review and reorganise our economic and social policies with the aim of the complete eradication of poverty.
SDG 9: innovation and infrastructure
Investment in infrastructure is essential to achieve sustainable development.
SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities
Reducing inequalities within and between countries
SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
The future we want includes cities that offer great opportunities for all.
SDG 12: Responsible consumption
Responsible consumption and production aims to “do more and better with less”.
SDG 13: Climate action
The fight against global warming has become an inseparable part of achieving sustainable development.
SDG 14: Life below water
Careful management of our oceans and seas is vital for a sustainable future.
SDG 15: Life on land
Deforestation and desertification present major challenges to sustainable development.
SDG 16: Peace, justice and effective institutions
Promoting peaceful and inclusive societies, access to justice for all and strengthening accountable and effective institutions at all levels.
SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals
Inclusive partnerships built on principles and values, a shared vision and common goals are needed.
Why engage in GCI's carbon contribution projects?
Become a leader in social responsibility
By contributing to the SDGs with our projects, you demonstrate your willingness to act for the climate and share your positive environmental actions in a transparent way with your stakeholders and your internal team. This will improve your company's image and brand positioning.
Be a promoter of climate initiatives
Investing in the Net Zero Carbon trajectory helps attract partners committed to sustainable development. Like-minded companies are often willing to work and invest together. Increased environmental regulation also encourages companies to plan for future environmental regulations.
Access to a range of projects registered under the main international standards (VERRA, Gold Standard, CDM)
GCI offers projects that comply with certification standards, but also human-centred projects that address factors such as job creation, support to local communities, preservation and development of natural areas designated as at risk and other local socio-economic factors that will show an effect.
A competitive advantage
GCI offers projects that comply with certification standards, but also human projects that allow you to act on factors such as job creation, support for local communities, preservation and development of natural areas at risk and other local socio-economic factors impacting.
These projects are also a way to highlight your contribution, by engaging customers, suppliers and employees in your concrete and validated approach to the fight against climate disruption
Once you have made your carbon contribution, you will receive your certificate of acquisition of VCS, Gold Standard or Low Carbon Label certified carbon credits.
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