Plan Vivo is the standard of choice for companies interested in ethical carbon offsetting and supporting projects with unique social and ecosystem benefits.
By purchasing Plan Vivo Certificates, businesses can compensate ethically for their footprint as part of their voluntary climate action or corporate social responsibility, and be assured that their support creates real benefits for the rural poor.
Purchase Plan Vivo Certificates directly from projects
Plan Vivo Certificates can be purchased directly from projects,by contacting the project coordinator. Find contact details on each project page, or contact the Plan Vivo Foundation for assistance. All purchasers receive Plan Vivo Certificates electronically via the Markit Environmental Registry and paper and wooden certificates recognising the purchase.
Purchase Plan Vivo Certificates from Plan Vivo Resellers
A list of registered Plan Vivo Resellers can be found below. Registered Plan Vivo Resellers endorse Plan Vivo principles, abide by the Plan Vivo Code of Good Practice for Resellers, and are committed to supporting sustainable development and participatory approaches to land-use change.
Find a Plan Vivo Reseller
|ZeroMission is a leading sustainability consulting firm in Sweden and the leading reseller of Plan Vivo Certificates globally. As a “catalyst for good business” ZeroMission offers a range of services including carbon foot-printing, climate strategies, training programmes and carbon offsetting. Their experience is that companies gain new insights, motivation and competitiveness from taking responsibility for their climate impact.||ZeroMission AB Stora Nygatan 45 11127 Stockholm Sweden Tel: +46 8346565 www.uandwe.se www.zeromission.se|
|Carbon Offsets To Alleviate Poverty (COTAP) is a U.S.-based, IRS 501(c)3 public charity whose mission is to empower individuals and organizations to take action on both climate change and global poverty by connecting their unavoidable carbon emissions with forestry projects which create life-changing income for the world’s poorest people.||Carbon Offsets To Alleviate Poverty (COTAP) 3857 Lakeshore Avenue, Oakland, CA 94610, United States http://cotap.org/ firstname.lastname@example.org|
|“CLEVEL works to change thinking in business. The starting point is to enable our clients to become Carbon Balanced by working on both reduction and offsetting. This brings clear commercial benefits. Our business ecosystems approach focusses on relationships and helps align the business with natural systems as well as enhancing opportunities for digital marketing. We enable teams to collaborate and embrace change.”||CLEVEL Innovation Centre Science Park Square Falmer, Brighton BN1 9SB Tel: +44 1273 358355 email@example.com www.clevel.co.uk|
|PrimaKlima-weltweit- e.V. was founded as a registered non-profit organisation in 1991. PrimaKlima aims to lower the anthropological greenhouse effect and effectively protect the climate by; reducing current greenhouse gas emissions, especially CO2 emissions, neutralizing greenhouse gas emissions that couldn’t be avoided, reducing the level of greenhouse gas concentration to pre-industrial figures. With its team, which is working on a strictly voluntary basis, as well as consultants with expertise in the subject matter, PrimaKlima realizes afforestation and forest protection projects with partners on site globally.||PRIMAKLIMA -weltweit- e.V. D 40625 Düsseldorf, Ikenstraße 1B Tel: +49 (211) 295419 www.prima-klima-weltweit.de firstname.lastname@example.org|
|United Bank of Carbon is a collaboration between established, responsible businesses and leading environmental academics who, together, aim to reduce climate change by protecting the world’s rainforests and their peoples.||United Bank of Carbon 1 Parliament Street, Harrogate, UK, HG1 2QU Tel: +44 113 343 7488 www.unitedbankofcarbon.com email@example.com|
|The Cochabamba Project Ltd is a UK registered society for the benefit of communities. All profits are reinvested to support rural communities living in tropical regions of the Bolivian Amazon.Purchasers of credits have the opportunity for unique, long term relationships with partner communities.A comprehensive database offers unrivalled transparency via web and smart phone applications.||The Cochabamba Project Ltd 100 Whirlowdale Road Sheffield, UK, S7 2NJ +44 1142 368168 www.cochabamba.coop David Vincent (Director) firstname.lastname@example.org|