About Reduce My Footprint
It’s time to act
We need to capture and store carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to avert catastrophic climate change. Every scenario in the IPCC’s special report on limiting global warming to below 1.5°C requires large scale removal of carbon dioxide from the air. As much as 20 billion tonnes of CO2 need to be removed from the atmosphere every year from 2050. The mission of Reduce My Footprint is to empower climate conscious individuals and businesses to begin capturing carbon now.
We founded Reduce My Footprint to meet the need for early action. Planting trees is the cheapest, easiest and most effective way to begin offsetting carbon emissions, but only if we start now. When we look back on our actions 20 years from now we should be able to say we made the right choices.
“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now”
– Ancient Chinese proverb
How Reduce My Footprint works
Pick one of our plans and sign up
Choose from one of our plans depending on your needs and sign up to a monthly subscription. We offer plans tailored to individuals, families, and businesses
We capture your emissions
We capture your carbon emissions by supporting reforestation and other carbon capturing projects around the world. We only support projects that remove carbon from the atmosphere
Track your impact on your profile
Check out your personal profile for monthly updates on your total carbon impact. This helps bring to life the impact you’re having
Marcus is originally from Norway but came to the UK to study at the University of Oxford. He also recently worked as a management consultant for Bain and Company. Marcus’ passion is empowering individual action on climate change.
Erik was raised on a Farm in St. Judes on the Isle of Man. He then obtained a BEng in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Leeds and graduated with an MSc in Energy Systems from the University of Oxford. Erik’s dream is to terraform Mars.
Mbongeni is Zimbabwean. Having moved to the UK to pursue his studies he has obtained an MSc in Energy Systems from the University of Oxford, and a BEng in Mechanical Engineering from Staffordshire University. He is passionate about leveraging global partnerships in tackling climate change.