Impact so far

Over 179,500 tonnes of CO2 has been balanced which is the equivalent of taking 50,600 cars off the road for a year.

Source: World Land Trust

Land preserved

As of January 2019, 17,760 acres of land has been preserved which is equivalent to 10,070 football pitches.

Source: World Land Trust

CO2 Rising

In September 2019, atmospheric CO2 levels reached 412 parts per million, the highest it’s been in 3 million years.

Source: NOAA, 2019


More than 2,000 brands have taken positive action by using Carbon Balanced Paper.

Source: World Land Trust

Consumer Preference

66% of global consumers say they’re willing to pay more for sustainable brands.

Source: Nielsen

Glacier Loss

Global glacier loss has been approximately 400 billion tonnes per year since 1994.

Source: Cazenave et al., Advances in Space Research, 2018

Youth Loyalty

55% of young people in the UK say they would be more loyal to a brand that was reducing its carbon footprint.

Source: Carbon Trust

CO2 Absorption

By protecting and aiding the recovery of the forest of Khe Nuoc Trong, approximately 50,000 tonnes of CO2 will be absorbed each year.

Source: World Land Trust

Coral Reefs

Ocean acidification caused by rising CO2 levels damages coral reefs which 25% of the ocean’s fish depend on.

Source: IMBIE, 2018

Endangered Species

Of the species that call Khe Nuoc Trong home, 8 are endangered and 6 are critically endangered.

Source: IUCN Red List of Threatened Species

Land ice lost

Between 2003 and 2008, over 2 trillion tons of land ice has melted in Greenland, Antarctica and Alaska.

Source: NASA

Antarctica Ice Loss

The rate of Antarctica ice mass loss has tripled in the last decade alone.

Source: IMBIE, 2018

Ocean Acidity

Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, the acidity of surface ocean waters has increased by about 30%.

Source: PMEL Carbon Program

Rising Sea Levels

The rate sea levels rose in the last two decades, is nearly double that of the last century and is accelerating every year.

Source: Nerem et al., Climate change driven accelerated sea-level rise detected in the altimeter era, 2018

Threatened Species

Khe Nuoc Trong is home to 41 threatened species listed on the IUCN Red LIST.

Source: IUCN Red List of Threatened Species

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