Carbon Offsets

Carbon offsets are easy to calculate and purchase for your family, friends and workplace. Help fund our economic development reforestation projects, our Carbon Game, and get a tax deduction.


Carbon Offsets from Community Friends

Community Friends’ carbon offset programs promote sustainable land stewardship, including both carbon sequestration through reforestation and promotion of lifestyle shifts away from fossil fuels toward renewable energy sources such as eco-friendly micro-hydro power generation. Learn More

Some people buy twice the amount or even ten times the amount of offsets. There are other tailpipe emissions besides carbon and there are many support services to get a plane in the air. Buying offsets for friends and relatives is an educational gift idea to help people learn how easy it is to offset emissions. Read More Carbon Offset Details.

Buy Carbon Offsets

Simply enter one or more of the following: car miles, air miles, your average monthly electricity bill. Our calculator will add up the metric tons of carbon and tell you how much to purchase. For example, you can buy 1,000 car miles for a friend. Be sure to let us know if your purchase is a gift and we will email you a carbon offset gift card that you can give to your friend. Click here to contact us and let us know if this is a gift.

Car MilesCar miles are based on an average of 0.9 lbs. CO2e per mile. Offsets are priced at $27 per metric ton.
Total car miles driven in a year:
Air MilesAir miles are based on an average of 1.5 lbs. CO2e per mile. Offsets are priced at $27 per metric ton.
Total air miles flown in a year:
Electricity UsageElectricity usage is based on an average 2 lbs. CO2e per kilowatt hour at a rate of $0.11 per kilowatt hour for one month. Offsets are priced at $27 per metric ton.
Average monthly electric bill:
Total Metric Tons C02:
Total Carbon Offsets Required:



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The Carbon Game


In April 2011, we developed the Carbon Game, which we are now bringing to schools in the USA. The Carbon Game is a fun way for children to learn about carbon emissions, conservation, and mitigation. Find out how you can participate with a school in your neighborhood.

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