Carbon Neutral

Earth’s Edge became carbon neutral in September 2021.



Our first step was reducing our emissions as much as possible, with a focus on energy efficiency. When we started working remotely in 2020 we introduced a Virtual Office Stewardship policy, which included ways our staff could reduce their carbon emissions while working from home. This incorporated responsible waste management, a move to digital-only admin and even switching to greener energy suppliers. All of these steps made positive changes to reduce our Carbon Footprint.


With the help of Carbon Footprint Ltd, we calculated all our total emissions for the previous year. After receiving our annual report outlining how much carbon we emitted in tonnes, we looked at funding a sustainable development project in the Global South to offset our emissions.


Earth’s Edge is funding a Gold Standard verified solar energy offset project in Tanzania. Access to this renewable energy has a positive impact on the environment and has many social and economic benefits for these communities. You can read more about this project here.

What Our Clients Say

The Kenya Tri-Adventure is an amazing trip. I have done lots of trekking holidays before but I feel like this trip had the perfect mixture of disciplines. When I look back I don’t know how we fit that much into 11 days. The hike is…

Sarah Jane Rooney, Co. Dublin

Everest Base Camp and Island Peak was my second trip with Earth’s Edge. The team at Earth’s Edge treat everyone with respect and make you feel part of the family rather than simply a paying customer. I have met some wonderful people and shared some…

John Creaven, Co. Dublin

Hands down the most special and amazing trip I have done to date, and coming from a well-seasoned traveler this is saying a lot! Climbing Kilimanjaro had been on my bucket list for quite some time and when I turned 40 this year, I decided…

Adele Woods, Co. Kildare

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