What we do
Climate Finance through Carbon credits
The Clean Earth Collective sources ethical carbon credits from worldwide trading platforms and gold standard projects, giving individuals, entities and corporations the opportunity to offset their emissions transparently, ethically, and competitively. All types of carbon credit on the market are equivalent to 1 metric tonne of carbon dioxide saved from entering the atmosphere through the creation of a green and renewable project, this was agreed at the Paris Accord as the best measurable way of moving forward.
Terms and Conditions
The Clean Earth Collective can hereby be identified as the CEC
The CEC website aims to be live and accessible to the best of our ability.
The CEC cannot be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage to any individual, company or institution as a consequence of using the website.
All information, data and conversion factors have been sourced from reputable agencies and government departments, are up to date, and correct to the best of our knowledge.
The CEC cannot be held responsible for the customer entering incorrect information.
Copyright & Trademark
Our name, logo, calculator and all information may be used in conjunction with our ethos, standards and goal of preventing irreversible climate change, preserving our natural world and to become climate neutral / positive through our projects and initiatives, and, must not be misrepresented in any way.
All credits and affiliated projects are accredited to the internationally recognised Gold Standard and are priced inline with the UN Carbon Offset Platform.
The CEC buys credits from projects and platforms and will fulfil all sales immediately or within a monthly basis. In the event that all credits have been retired from a certain project the CEC will offer the customer alternative credits of a similar standard and category of project, or offer a refund.
All carbon audits are calculated with current conversion factors and industry standards.
All information will be supplied to the client privately, giving them the opportunity to showcase the data as they see fit.
All data processed through the CEC will be safeguarded through the ‘General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), to protect against the unlawful processing of personal data and unrestricted movement of data. Individuals have the right to request a copy of their relevant personal details held by the CEC, where, when allowed by law, a fee may be charged.
Personal data collected by the CEC may be processed for the purposes of;
Providing consultancy, offsetting GHG emissions and supporting climate finance.
For prevention and detection of unlawful business and fraudulent practices.