Together, we can solve the climate crisis

Everything we do – eating, shopping and moving about – causes emissions. To solve the climate crisis, we have to reduce our emissions. But we also have to start removing the extra CO₂ that is already in the atmosphere. Compensate helps you do exactly that.

Calculate and compensate your personal carbon footprint


Let's turn climate anxiety into climate action. With the Compensate Climate Action app, you can understand your personal carbon footprint, take action to reduce your CO₂ emissions and compensate for the rest! You can update your footprint and compensation subscription at any time, and see how your personal impact is adding up. If you need to fly, it's also possible to evaluate the climate impact of different flight options and compensate for your past and future flights. 

Our app is available in most EU countries and the UK – more countries to come!

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But we're not done yet

Together, we can solve the climate crisis. Let’s become carbon negative today.

The global average carbon footprint is 5,000 kg CO₂e per person.* This figure represents lots of people worldwide whose lives produce smaller emissions than this, and lots of people who produce greater emissions. If we want to stop global warming at the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees, we must all do our part to lower the average carbon footprint drastically — it must go down to 2,500 kg CO₂e by 2030, and to just 700 kg CO₂e by 2050.

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9 036

kg CO₂

Average annual carbon footprint of test takers on



This is how much CO₂ there is in the atmosphere

2 500

kg CO₂

Sustainable annual global carbon footprint per person by 2030



This is the "safe" level of CO₂, if we want to keep global warming below 1°C

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