You want to protect the climate?

Everyone leaves a carbon footprint. Currently it’s just too high, with the average European having a carbon footprint of around 9 tonnes per year. To stop global warming, we need to reduce it to under 1 tonne. Unfortunately, that’s hardly possible in our world today.

And hey—nobody is perfect, and change doesn’t happen instantly.

With ForTomorrow you can start to live carbon neutral today

ForTomorrow offsets the carbon emissions you can’t reduce. You enable climate protection directly in Europe. How do we do that?

Planting trees in Germany Remove CO2 from the atmosphere

We plant new forests that are protected by German law.

  • Climate resistant mixed forests
  • Strengthening the domestic ecosystem
  • Long term protection

Buying European emission rights Reduce CO2 emissions from the European economy

Together, we can take away the right from around 11,000 companies to emit CO2, e.g. from coal-fired power plants.

  • Regulated across the EU
  • TÜV tested
  • Driving green economy

EU forests, for example, absorb the equivalent of nearly 10% of total EU greenhouse gas emissions each year.

The cancellation of emission allowances corresponds to a tightening of the EU’s climate targets for industry.

Choose your subscription

You can either offset the carbon emissions of an average European, a family or an individual amount per year. Together, we are rising to the biggest challenge of our time - the climate crisis.

You can cancel your subscription anytime.

For You

Compensate 9 tonnes of CO2 annually, through:

  • 18 trees planted in Europe

  • Shutting down a coal-fired power plant for 6 minutes

For Your Family

Compensate 14 tonnes of CO2 annually, through:

  • At least 27 trees planted in Europe

  • Shutting down a coal-fired power plant for at least 9 minutes

For CO2 Experts

Offset your individual CO2 emissions annually

  • Your number of trees planted in Europe

  • Shutting down a coal-fired power plant for several minutes

Your individual monthly amount

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