Swipe your carbon footprint goodbye.

With the Carbon Zero credit card, your everyday purchases fund forestry and carbon capture projects that neutralize your carbon footprint and create a future-friendly world.

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What is the Carbon Zero Credit Card?

The Carbon Zero Credit Card rewards your purchases by using fees paid by merchants to buy carbon offsets, neutralizing the environmental impact of every transaction you make.

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Fund Projects Automatically

Directly fund carbon offsets with the credit card fees paid by merchantson your transactions.

Track Your Progress in the Carbon Zero App
 

Check your net carbon footprint, view sustainable projects you’re funding,and manage  your account in the Carbon Zero app.

Carbon Zero is a simpler way to have a positive, measurable impact on the environment.

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How Does It Work?

Every time you swipe your Carbon Zero credit card, we automatically receive a portion of standard credit card fees paid by the merchant. These fees are then used to fund industry-leading forestry and carbon capture projects throughout the United States and around the world.

When you spend $10 using the Carbon Zero credit card, you create the impact of taking a car off the road for an entire day.

Swipe Carbon Zero, Create Clean Air

The price for capturing carbon in the atmosphere is around $10 per metric ton. That means that through regular spending, Carbon Zero card users can remove an average of 73 pounds of carbon from the atmosphere every single day. Most users are estimated to neutralize their entire carbon footprint just by using their Carbon Zero card.

How Do Carbon Offsets Protect the Planet?

Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a greenhouse gas, trapping heat in the atmosphere and warming the climate once it has been emitted by human activity. Carbon offsets through carbon capture initiatives are an effective way to directly combat climate change by capturing and permanently storing carbon that has already entered the atmosphere.

“Without it [carbon capture], our energy and climate goals will become virtually impossible to reach.”

Fatih Birol

Head of the International Energy Agency

Help the Planet Through Any Lifestyle

No matter where you live, what kind of car you drive, or what you eat, you can help the planet. For most Americans, funding carbon offsets with your every day purchases on Carbon Zero is enough to ensure that your impact is carbon negative and climate positive. By simply using the Carbon Zero credit card, you participate in creating a cleaner atmosphere and a brighter future.

Track Your Progress with the Carbon Zero App

After every purchase, open the app and check your climate impact. Use the app as a guide to further reduce your carbon footprint and become climate positive. You can track your carbon footprint, add or remove bank accounts, view transactions, and make payments on your card, all in one place.

Fund Breakthrough Climate Change Initiatives

With Carbon Zero, every purchase you make today becomes an investment in tomorrow. The projects you fund utilize a process called carbon sequestration - capturing carbon from the atmosphere and permanently storing it. There are several methods of carbon sequestration, including:

Biochar

A kind of charcoal used in sustainable agriculture, biochar stores carbon in a stable form that won’t escape back into the atmosphere.

Forestry

Maintaining robust forests throughout the world ensures that trees are able to remove and convert carbon from the environment through photosynthesis.

Direct air capture

Mechanical systems capture carbon dioxide (CO2) directly from the atmosphere and compress it to be injected into geological storage or used to make long-lasting products, such as cement.

Ecoera

A Swedish biochar innovation company that has created a carbon capture market and is the current market leader in biochar-only carbon sinks. All biochar used for carbon capture is certified according to the strict Premium level of the European Biochar Certificate (EBC).

The Kootznoowoo Project

Protects 20,159 acres of forest across 4 project areas on the Dolomi and Dora Bay tracts of Prince of Wales Island in Alaska. Approximately 8,000 acres of the project property is old-growth forest.

The Klawock Heenya Project

Protects 8,600 acres of forest on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska—1,000 acres of which is old-growth forest, home to centuries-old trees and an abundance of biodiversity.

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