Carbon Offsets for
Aviation Carbon 2019
Flying one way from Singapore to London likely generates just over 1 metric ton of carbon emissions. The actual number depends on factors like the aircraft type and most importantly, what percentage of the seats are occupied. As the AirCarbon team flies to London for the Aviation Carbon 2019 conference, we are eager to compensate for the emissions we are generating, so we are collaborating with C-Quest Capital to offset our our emissions and the emissions of as many attendees as we can.
C-Quest Capital (CQC) is a diversified impact-investment enterprise with well-managed operational platforms in developing countries designed to provide investors acceptable returns while achieving their social impact investment objectives. SeaQuest has donated the Carbon Offsets which are being retired based on the Poker Chip that you received. The 1 Ton of Carbon which is being retired on your behalf was reduced through a Cook Stove Project in Malawi which SeaQuest funded. To complete the retirement of your 1 Ton of Carbon, please register your gift token here.
The registry where the VCUs generated by our Malawi cookstoves project is the APX. This registry has two site:
One for the general public where the project information is included and the public available documents listed and easy to access. nicely formatted – this is called the APX Environmental Management Account (EMA). Here is the link to the our Malawi project:
I would suggest we use this link in our website.
The other is the APX VCS Registry site. It is more tailored to project verification – in case you want to review it, here is the link: https://vcsregistry2.apx.com/mymodule/ProjectDoc/EditProjectDoc.asp?id1=1337. All the information noted in the EMA site comes from the Registry, but the reader would have to open more than a couple of sites to access it.