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20/06/2022 By : Priti Gadhia

New "JAL Carbon Offset" Provided by CHOOOSE

New "JAL Carbon Offset" Provided by CHOOOSE.
https://press.jal.co.jp/en/release/202202/006499.html

JAL’s new carbon offset supports projects that reduce, capture or avoid carbon emissions in an amount equivalent to your customers calculated carbon footprint. Calculations are based on average route emissions factor data from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

The projects are carefully selected by carbon professionals CHOOOSE, and verified by the most comprehensive certification standards.  When customers offset their carbon footprint, funds paid are used to support projects that reduce, capture, or avoid greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions in an amount equivalent to that of their calculated carbon footprint.  Here are the projects that will be supported by our new carbon offset scheme.

  • Bifuka Forest Management, Hokkaido, Japan: Protecting over 1000 hectares of forest, & predicted to absorb more than 10,000 tonnes of CO2 over the 8 years of the project from April 2019.

  • Southern Cardamom REDD+, Koh Kong Province, Cambodia: Project protecting 497,000 hectares of tropical rainforest and wildlife. Preventing more than 3,000,000 tonnes of carbon emissions annually going into the atmosphere.

  • Nii Kaniti Community Forest Management, Peru: Avoiding around 560,000 tonnes of CO2 yearly. Protecting 3 threatened animal species: the jaguar, the blue-headed macaw and the tapir. Conserving and protecting 119,837 hectares of rainforest and voiding 7,000 hectares to be deforested.

Click here for more details and offset your journey on JAL: https://jal.chooose.today/en/

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