sustainability in action!

Carbon offset and REC program

 

Indigeno provides the opportunity to manage your company’s travel-related carbon footprint, while supporting Indigenous clean energy and carbon reduction projects.


Indigeno Travel has partnered with Thrust© Carbon to offer uniquely Indigenous and uniquely Canadian solutions for carbon offsets. So unique, in fact, it’s the first of its kind in the world! 
Our Indigenous Carbon Offset Program (ICOP) allows our corporate travel accounts to measure and manage their carbon footprint and then apply their offsets directly to First Nations, Métis and Inuit projects. Our corporate clients can choose quality offset projects that are Indigenous and Canadian based from our Indigenous Carbon Offset Program.
To find out more about ICOP, contact us at carbonoffsets@indigenotravel.com.

ICOP and IREP will allow our subscribing clients to support projects that fall under Climate Action of the Sustainable Development Goals. Many projects may fall under the other 16 (SDGs) including education, gender equality, clean water & good health and well-being

To find out more about ICOP, contact us at carbonoffsets@indigenotravel.com.

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