Deforestation is responsible for nearly a fifth of greenhouse gas emissions, as well as massive loss of biodiversity and degradation of land and water resources. Treecreds ultimate goal is to work with industry partners in combination with a committed client base to help save threatened forests.
Treecreds is proud to broadcast the fabulous work done by Boogie organisers in delivering you time and time again a sustainable festival. Through a joint effort with festival goers over 500 tonnes of forest saving carbon credits have been purchased and retired on behalf of the Festival, www.tonedeaf.com.au/news/tournews/281512/boogie-7-reaches-milestone-as-sustainable-festival.htm
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Treecreds are very proud to announce that it will be greeting guests at the gates of Strawberry Fields Festival this month. The Treecreds team will be offering all incoming cars to the Festival a $10 carbon offset carpass intended to offset transport emissions. For every pass purchased Treecreds retires credits worth 200 kilograms of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions in the REDDFOREST project.
This avoided deforestation project involves the protection of 7,666 hectares of privately owned land in the Tasmanian Central Highlands. The land in the project area is degraded native forest which has been logged in the past, and in the absence of carbon finance, would continue to be either selectively logged or cleared for agriculture in the future....Read more »
Treecreds are proud to announce the launch of a carbon offset option for purchasers of tickets for events being held at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl this summer.
Through assessments and audits carried out at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl and events held there, Treecreds have worked with the venue to ascertain where emissions are being generated, how these can be reduced and how event attendees may want to contribute.
On a number of levels the initiative is very exciting:
-that such a high profile venue such as Sidney Myer Music Bowl has chosen to support avoided deforestation projects as their preferred carbon offset,
-that Treecreds get to continue to expand its audience across the music and entertainment industries; and ...Read more »
Treecreds are once again assisting RACV to audit, assess and offset the Energy Breakthrough Challenge held in Maryborough each November. Over the past three years RACV have closely looked at the emissions associated with the 4 day event and continue to work with Treecreds to implement energy reduction strategies.
Treecreds are also attending the Energy Breakthrough Expo where we are helping event organisers to deliver messages about climate change and sustainability to young participants at the event.
Treecreds will be attending the Boogie 5 Festival over the upcoming Easter weekend. Treecreds are pleased to be welcoming festival goers for the third year running and once again offering carbon par-passes at the gates. Passes will be $10 to offset 250 kilograms of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions. The carbon credits have been generated from the Minding the Carbon Store project in Queensland.