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Tahiti Expeditions invests exclusively in ‘best in class’ offset portfolios, including myclimate™ Gold Standard renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in the developing world; North America-based renewable energy projects that are Green-e Certified; and international forestry projects that meet the standards set forth by the Climate, Community and Biodiversity Alliance.

To be included in these portfolios, all projects have to verifiably reduce greenhouse gas emissions according to international Kyoto Protocol and, where indicated, to the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Gold Standard, and they must be Green-e Certified, or they must meet the standards set forth by the Climate, Community & Biodiversity Alliance.

Furthermore, they have to satisfy our own criteria that focus on each project’s economic, ecological and social impacts as well as the proficiency of our project partners. This approach ensures long-term sustainable development solutions.
Tahiti Expeditions and its partners are focused on increasing energy efficiency, reducing waste, reducing deforestation, and replacing traditional sources of fuel used for energy including coal, oil and natural gas, with clean and renewable sources like wind and solar power.

Read more about our offset portfolios:
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Tahiti Expeditions has taken the steps to make all your activities with us carbon neutral. If you would like to reduce your overall carbon footprint further, please visit the Sustainable Travel International Carbon Calculator:

The Tahiti Expeditions website is Green Certified by CO2Stats. CO2Stats meters the total electricity used by computers visiting this site, the servers providing it, and the networks that connect them. CO2Stats then helps to make this site more energy efficient (and load faster), and purchases renewable energy to neutralize the carbon emissions due to generation of that electricity.

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