A direct action for emission reduction: SUPPLY CHAIN DECARBONIZATION

An end-to-end supply chain transformation.

Carbon insetting, or supply chain optimization, enables corporations to voluntarily reduce their Scope 3 emissions. It is a direct action that finances climate protection projects along a company’s own value chain. These projects are designed to reduce or sequester emissions, hence, achieving a positive impact.

How to reduce emissions across your supply chain

Nature-based Insetting

A carbon offset strategy that involves investing in nature conservation and restoration projects in or near local communities to reduce or sequester greenhouse gas emissions in a company’s supply chain.

It is beneficial because insetting not only helps companies meet their climate targets, but also promotes biodiversity conservation, ecosystem restoration and sustainable development of local communities, which can have a long-term positive impact on the environment and society.

Fuel Switching for shipping: Biofuels

Scope 3 emissions from companies, particularly those associated with shipping, often make up a significant portion of their overall carbon footprint. 

We organize the switching from fossil fuels to sustainable fuels to reduce emissions. This substitution service is currently offered in the port of Rotterdam. 

Freight Transport Decarbonization: Transport Fuel Carbon Compensation Credit (TFCCC)

By investing in these credits, the transportation and logistics industry can take a proactive approach to environmental sustainability within its supply chain and demonstrate its commitment to reducing its carbon footprint.

TFCCCs reduce emissions at the source of production. By using the recovered associated gas instead of flaring it, emissions are prevented from being released into the atmosphere, and they are reversed by putting them to productive use first.

Benefits of decarbonizing your supply chain

Decarbonizing the supply chain helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions and can improve the efficiency and resilience of the supply chain, as companies rely less on fossil fuels and focus more on renewable energy sources. This can lead to cost savings and increased competitiveness in the long term.


  • Immediately availability.
  • Low complexity to implement.
  • Verified emission reductions.


  • Alternative to other abatement options.
  • Drives and supports new sustainable fuels.

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