Through our carbon offset funding, SITA is investing in projects that will help remove carbon emissions in the future, restore local eco-systems, support biodiversity, and enable local communities to reduce their emissions output. These projects—all approved by the International Carbon Reduction and Offset Alliance—provide local jobs, while improving health, hygiene, gender equality and education, supporting multiple UN SDGs. Here is a look at the projects we are supporting.
Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve, Indonesia
Protecting 65,000 hectares of tropical peat swamp from palm oil conversion by engaging local communities through education and agroforestry training.
Tamil Nadu Community Reforestation, India
Developing local climate action leaders through networks of community-led reforestation projects.
Forest Restoration, Uganda & Kenya
Restoring more than 10,000 hectares of forest in an area with some of the highest biodiversity in East Africa by planting indigenous trees and supporting natural regeneration.
Reforestation of degraded land, Spain
Reforesting degraded land in Northern Spain to create a thriving, diverse ecosystem.
Supporting a more sustainable future
SITA has formally reported its environmental, economic and social performance since 2011 using the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) disclosures framework.