Our plan for making a difference
All trips on our platform are designed to keep greenhouse gas emissions as low as possible – for example by avoiding gas-powered vehicles. We also offset 100% of the carbon footprint of each trip – with no extra cost to hosts or guests.
We realize this is just the first step, and much more remains to be done. We're currently working on even better ways to combat climate change in travel.
We direct travelers to destinations where they are actually wanted, instead of overcrowded places that can’t handle any more. We're committed to not causing any harm to local people, animals, or nature.
For example, we handpick hosts with a proven track record of taking great care of the animals they work with. Hosts on Everfells meet and go beyond the Five Freedoms – a set of internationally accepted standards of animal care.
We're about making real, measurable impact and coming up with creative ways to inspire smarter ways to explore our planet.
We believe transparency shouldn’t be a luxury – it should be the norm. We're working on a system where it's easy for everyone to understand the impact of taking a trip with us and to take positive climate actions on their next adventure.
How we compensate emissions
Capturing carbon while protecting biodiversity
Our dual mission is to protect biodiversity while combating climate change. We invest in forest conservation and reforestation, choosing only high-quality projects that have real impact. All projects supported by us are certified either with Gold Standard or Verified Carbon Standard – the strictest and highest standards within the carbon credit system.
Isangi Forest Conservation, Democratic Republic of Congo
Currently, we support the Isangi REDD+ Project, which protects the rainforest ecosystems of the Congo Basin while improving the livelihood of forest-dependent local communities. The project is developed by our climate action partner, South Pole, and it mitigates 324,534 tonnes of CO2e annually. That's equivalent to taking around 485,000 round trip flights from London to New York.Learn more about the project
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