Carbon Offsets

The solution is carbon-free. Net-Zero is just a starting point.

The amount of carbon emissions offset by one metric tonne of carbon dioxide (CO2) can vary depending on the specific offset project or mechanism used. However, as a general rule, one metric tonne of CO2 emissions that is offset represents the removal or reduction of an equivalent amount of CO2 from the atmosphere.

For example, if a project or initiative is designed to offset one metric tonne of CO2 emissions, it means that the project is actively removing or reducing one metric tonne of CO2 from the atmosphere. This can be achieved through various methods, such as reforestation, afforestation, renewable energy projects, energy efficiency improvements, or carbon capture and storage technologies. We use all but carbon capture and storage technologies.

It's important to note that different offset projects may have different levels of effectiveness and permanence in terms of carbon removal or reduction. Our specific methodologies and standards associated with our carbon offset is determine by our commitment to a one to one relationship between the carbon offset and the owner of that offset, there is no double dipping. All of our carbon offsets, adhere to recognized standards such as the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS), Gold Standard, or the Climate Action Reserve.

We also have a one-to-one relationshiop with our carbon offset contracts and the carbons they offset. This means we do not resell the carbon offset you buy to anyone else. We do noy support double dipping and believe those that do are diluting the value of your carbon offset. It's important when choosing a provider that you understand if they are double dipping or not, as many are.


Corporate America needs to offset its carbon emissions as it upgrades
Corporations large or small can benefit from carbon offsets. Whether you're a public company or a private company supplier to a public company, it benefits you to take advantage of the marketplace when the SEC releases its regulations on reporting annual carbon emissions.

Supply Chains

Supply chains often account for more than 90% of their clients greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Leading organizations across many sectors are instituting annual GHG-accounting practices. Carbon offsets is a large part of the implementation to becoming energy efficient.  


Is your business having a tough time trying to decarbonize? If you are finding it difficult to take control of the emissions in your supply chain, or are unable to reduce your annual energy use sufficiently to avoid regulatory and stakeholder pressures, carbon offsets can help.
3DC offers carbon offset contracts from 5 years to 20 years. Pay less for 20 year contracts
5-Year Contract

$100 per mtCO2e

(minimum 9,500 mtCO2e)
All 3DC carbon offsets provide additionality, they actually offset your carbon emissions.
10-Year Contract

$96 per mtCO2e

(minimum 9,500 mtCO2e)
3DC creates a buffer pools provide assurances you always get the carbon emission offsets you're paying for.
15-Year Contract

$92 per mtCO2e

(minimum 9,500 mtCO2e)
3DC protects against dilution using serial numbers on all offsets to prevent double-dipping.
20-Year Contract

$88 per mtCO2e

(minimum 9,500 mtCO2e)