Carbon offsetting is a term used to describe how companies or individuals can balance out the carbon they produce on a daily basis. Organisations calculate the amount of carbon they produce and then purchase credits from projects involved in carbon production. DPD has partnered with CDC Climat to manage its offsetting.
See some of our projects below and click for more information.
Restoration of degraded areas in Colombia
This project is aimed at restoring a real forest, with a focus on re-establishing its rich ecosystem, in opposition to the common practice of reforestation through planting monocultures for tree plantations.Read more
Alfalfa dehydration - Biomass energy in France
This project aims at reducing emissions by introducing fuel switch (biomass) and energy efficiency measures (pre-drying in fields) in the alfalfa dehydration process.Read more
National Biodigester Programme in Cambodia
In Cambodia, the emission-intensive fossil fuel kerosene is used for lighting, and food is usually cooked on open wood fires. The resulting smoke constitutes a substantial health hazard especially for those in charge of cooking, i.e. women and children. This Cambodian project provides a sustainable solution to these issues.Read more