More than compensation: removes carbon dioxide from the air permanently
Help reverse climate change by lowering the levels of CO₂ in the air
A fully digital gift that you can order, customize and deliver on your own schedule
Climate action as a gift. The receiver gets it's own dashboard to monitor their impact.
Select the number of recipients, and the value of each gift code. 45$ removes roughly one day of the average U.S. or Canadian persons CO₂ footprint - or the equivalent of two cups of coffee daily for a full year.
To make your gift a success, we provide you with all the necessary material to inform your employees about their gift.
Gifting carbon dioxide removal is easy. It is sustainable, can be (digitally) sent across the world and can be bought on short notice. This unique climate-positive gift will permanently remove carbon dioxide from the air in the recipients’ names. We provide you with example texts and images that you can use in your internal communication to announce the gift to your employees.
Drop us an email on [email protected] if you have any questions.
Select an amount, currency and the amount of employees to get an offer from us
Get our comms kit to prepare your internal messaging and deliver the gift QR codes to your team
Your team activates the gift. Celebrate that you got many more people started on the road to climate action
In their personal dashboard, your employees can download their carbon dioxide removal confirmation PDF.
With ‘direct air capture’, air is drawn into a collector with a fan, and CO₂ is captured on a filter. To take out the CO₂, the filter is heated so the CO₂ falls off and then we can store it permanently.
Did you know that the footprint of one disposable coffee cup is 16 grams of CO₂? The coffee you put in there is about 50 grams. Using your mobile phone for an hour adds up to 3.5 kg.
More everyday footprint examples at Clever Carbon
How the Climeworks gift works and what the benefits are
What is the difference between Climeworks' carbon dioxide removal service and traditional carbon offsetting?
How does Climeworks remove the CO₂ and how long does it take?
Do I get some sort of certificate?