Trust through transparency
Find evidence of our impact and finance, and meet the teams driving us forward
How we research and select the carbon avoidance projects that we fund.
How we research and select the carbon removal projects that we fund.
Evidence of Impact
The climate impact funded by our community, and delivered by our partners.
Our Climate Committee
The group of academics and industry experts that sets the direction of our impact.
Our Impact Team
The team that ensures we only fund high quality climate solutions.
Our Leadership Team
The team that leads the direction and management of day-to-day life at Ecologi.
2022 Impact Report
Dig into our 2022 Impact Report. Our look back on the impact we made, important moments and milestones we shared in 2022.Read the report
Our projects are situated across the globe.
Our B Corp journey
We have a commitment to people and planet, not just profit, and the desire to run an ethical business is in our bones. From day one, we knew we had to become a B Corp. Here’s our story, from accreditation to being recognised as top 5% for governance and environment.Learn more
News and updates
Frequently asked questions
Are you a registered charity?
No, we’re a for-profit environmental organisation.
When we started Ecologi, we realised that if we became a charity and relied solely on donations and government grants, then we wouldn’t be able to reach the global scale of climate impact that we’re intending to achieve. A thriving and self-sustaining business model is attractive for investors who often come with deep pockets and mean we can grow quickly and have more impact.
We operate quite similarly to a non-profit or charity though, and highly value transparency. We publicly publish financial information, climate impact data, and our board meeting minutes in our Public Impact Ledger.
How much of my money goes into climate projects?
How does Ecologi set its prices for funding climate impact?
How can you prove that the carbon projects I support are having real impact?
How can you prove that the reforestation projects I support are having a real impact?
Do you use your tree planting for carbon offsetting?
How do you choose which projects you support?
Does Ecologi work with any business, even high-emitters?