Carbon offset

by Swiss Privata AG

Strive for Carbon Neutrality with CO2 certificates!

Swiss Privata AG is reshaping long-term teak investments by incorporating CO2 sequestration.

We provide customers with multiple opportunities to contribute to an eco-friendly world, including plot leasing combined with CO2 certificates. By striving for carbon neutrality through CO2 certificates, businesses can actively reduce their carbon footprint and foster a more sustainable future. Join us in offsetting emissions and driving meaningful change.

By focusing on CO2 emissions, we aim to help businesses reduce their carbon footprint and actively contribute to a more sustainable future. Join us in offsetting your emissions and making a tangible impact. Our comprehensive approach emphasizes ecology and economy hand-in-hand.

Three Simple Steps

Calculate your CO2 emissions with one of the two carbon offset calculators provided. Based on aircraft type, distance and number of people, these carbon offset calculators will instantly calculate your emissions.  

Choose Your Desired Quantity

By knowing knowing how much CO2 emissions you want to offset, you will know how many trees it will take to help you  reach your goals.

More Trees -> More CO2 Offset

Along with the option to lease plots, we are also giving you the opportunity to purchase turnkey Carbon Offset packages. Let us know how much CO2 you want to offset, and we will do the rest!

CO2 Certificates

Whether you are leasing a plot or solely purchasing CO2 certificates, we will send you your unique certificate by mail. This ensures proof of ownership and certificate of authenticity.

Contact us to find out more!

CO2 Sequestration and its Benefits

During the first 20 years of its life, a teak tree can sequester between 500 kg and 1,500 kg of CO2, depending on various factors such as climate, soil conditions, and management practices. Proper growth conditions and maintenance practices are essential for optimal CO2 sequestration rates. Teak trees continue to sequester carbon throughout their lifetime, albeit at a slower rate after reaching maturity.


Example: CO2-Offsetting for a Gulfstream G650

The amount of CO2 produced for example by a Gulfstream G650 per flight hour can vary depending on various factors, such as the load of the aircraft, the distance traveled, and weather conditions. However, according to some estimates, a Gulfstream G650 can produce around 1,250 kilograms (1.25 metric tons) of CO2 per hour of flight time.

To calculate the number of teak trees required to compensate for the CO2 emissions of a Gulfstream G650 for 100 hours of flight time, we need to know the total amount of CO2 emissions from the aircraft for this period.

Using the estimate, that a Gulfstream G650 produces approximately 1,250 kg of CO2 per hour of flight time, we can calculate the total CO2 emissions for 100 hours of flight time as follows:

Total CO2 emissions = CO2 emissions per hour x number of flight hours Total CO2 emissions = 1,250 kg/hour x 100 hours 

Total CO2 emissions = 125,000 kg or 125 metric tons.

Now, to compensate for the CO2 emissions of the G650 for 100 hours of flight time, we need to sequester an equivalent amount of CO2 by planting trees. The amount of CO2 sequestered by a teak tree over its lifetime can vary, but on average, a mature teak tree can sequester around 50 kg of CO2 per year.

Assuming that the teak trees are planted and maintained properly and have optimal growing conditions, we can calculate the number of trees needed to compensate for the CO2 emissions of a G650 for 100 hours of flight time as follows:

Number of trees required = Total CO2 emissions / CO2 sequestered per tree per year 

Number of trees required = 125,000 kg / (50 kg/tree/year x 20 years) 

Number of trees required = 125,000 kg / 1,000 kg/tree 

Number of trees required = 125 trees

Therefore, approximately 125 teak trees would need to be planted and maintained for 20 years to compensate for the CO2 emissions of a Gulfstream G650 for 100 hours of flight time. It’s important to note that this is just an estimate and actual CO2 sequestration rates can vary based on several factors such as soil conditions, climate, tree species, and maintenance practices.

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*Analysed by openai/ Chat GPTwith last information update from 2021
**Estimates taken  from the Teak Bulletin by Kerala Forest Research Institute; Volume 4 Issue 1, 2010
*** Lease/NFT and CO2 Certificate are combined in one transaction