SME Rope Sponsorship

It is estimated that two-thirds of small businesses are concerned over navigating climate action – Carbon Kapture is helping organisations in this sector to create a real-time impact on their local environments

Small businesses need offset projects that align with their values and goals and want to communicate these carbon-offsetting efforts with their stakeholders. We help our customers build awareness of their sustainability achievements to enhance their reputation as a socially and environmentally responsible organisation.

Small to medium-sized companies account for approx. 90% of businesses worldwide – this is where the biggest change can happen!

Each 100m rope is £1,500 and will capture approx 180kg of CO₂



Get your personalised certificate showing the approximate weight of Seaweed you will grow and CO₂ you will capture



You will receive a what3words reference showing exactly where your rope is floating
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Quarterly video updates explaining the type of seaweed being grown and general progress
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The weight of your seaweed when harvested and the amount of biochar produced
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A what3words reference to the field it ends up in, and where it will remain forever more!
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Satisfaction that you’ve made an immediate positive impact on climate change
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