We Are Killing Carbon For A
Sustainable Supply Chain Through Carbon Insetting

Why Carbonleap

The Process

Seeking to kill carbon and reduce your Scope 3 emissions?

Step into the simplicity revolution with CarbonLeap! We're turning the daunting challenge of carbon reduction into a straightforward, kickass journey. Sustainability? We make it practical, engaging, and yes—we even dare to say fun!
Here’s the lowdown on how we work our magic:

We team up with our ace 'Origination Partners' to tackle Scope 1 emissions right at their source, while a 3rd party verification team ensures your Scope 3 reductions are spot-on. Once confirmed, these achievements are transformed into 'Impact Units' at our CarbonBank, each representing a triumphant 1 tCO2e reduction.

Now, let’s get techy—but in a cool way. We use blockchain to send these units straight to you, culminating in a sleek, stylish certificate that's more than proof of reduction—it’s a badge of your forward-thinking commitment.

At CarbonLeap, we don’t just preach sustainability; we embody it. Boldly, confidently, with a wink. Ready to not just insett, but deep-set your carbon footprint? Let's kill some carbon, make sustainability the headline act, and turn your eco-goals into achievements.

Join us, and let’s make the planet cleaner, one leap at a time!

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Scope 1 Reduction
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Scope 3 Reduction
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Why Carbonleap

Offsetting Is Upsetting, But What Is Carbon Insetting?

Tired of the usual carbon offset talk? Because you should be!

Carbon Insetting is the real deal for slashing emissions right at the source instead of  just slapping a band-aid on the problem like most offsetting schemes do.

Instead of paying someone else to plant trees, insetting means you make direct, impactful changes within your own or indirect supply chain. Think of it as tackling CO2 where it counts, making your operations cleaner and more efficient.
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Have you wondered why seasoned experts chose to forge a new path with CarbonLeap?

At CarbonLeap, we’re fully independent!

Our leadership team brings decades of hands-on experience in killing CO2 emissions and optimizing supply chains.
We source the best carbon reduction offers from diverse originators worldwide to get the best offer for our clients. No 3rd party interests attached.

Ready to make a genuine difference? Let's leap forward together!

Case studies

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Scope 1 Reduction
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Scope 3 Reduction
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CarbonBank

OUR TEAM

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Bertil,
Co-Founder
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Guido,
Co-Founder
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Impact Navigator
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CFO
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Impact Navigator
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Director Bus. Dev.
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Head of Bus. Dev.
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