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Investing in Carbon Offsets

19 of the warmest years have occurred since 2000,
driven by the explosion of CO2 emissions
in the last 75 years

The main benefit of investing in carbon offsets is that it can help offset your own emissions.

By purchasing carbon offsets, you are essentially funding projects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

This can be a great way to offset your own emissions if you are unable to reduce them yourself.

The 3 Pillars of Evergreen Carbon Offset Conservation Approach.

Reduction in the Rate of New Deforestation

Restoration of Previously Deforested Land

Social Issues Intertwined with Deforestation

Portfolio Impacts

In addition to helping offset your own emissions, investing in carbon offsets can also be a great way to diversify your investment portfolio.

Carbon offsets have exhibited attractive historical returns and low correlation with other asset classes, making them a potentially attractive addition to any portfolio.

Examples of Carbon Offsets

Carbon offsets fund specific projects aimed at lowering CO2 emissions, or absorbing some CO2 out of the atmosphere, a process called “sequestration.”

Carbon offset projects include reforestation, building renewable energy, carbon-storing agricultural practices, or waste and landfill management.

Many carbon offset programs address other UN Sustainability goals in addition to carbon offsetting.


of the world’s 2,000 largest public companies already have net-zero commitments


increase in global demand for voluntary Carbon Offsets by 2050, estimated by McKinsey Sustainability


increase in voluntary Carbon Offset retirements, year-over-year for Q1 2021

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