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Turn Your Decarbonisation Goals Into Action.

We are building our own portfolio of quality carbon credits that are independently verified and uniquely identified in accordance with international standards, such as Verra, Gold Standard and ERF.

Offset Your Excess Emissions by Buying Carbon Credits.

As well as developing projects to generate carbon offsets, we also source high-quality carbon credits from Australia and worldwide. This provides you with a choice of carbon credit products that align with your business values, as well as your overall climate action goals.

Our verification process ensures all carbon credits are scientifically measured, giving you the confidence that you are buying credible offsets that will make a real impact in reducing emissions.

Why Decarbonology?

Carbon Credit Options

Multiple, scientifically measured carbon credit options available with environmental, social and governance (ESG) enhancements

Decades of Experience

Over 30 years of carbon accounting, renewable energy, environmental advisory and carbon reduction projects

Carbon Offset Projects

Direct access to carbon offset projects, no intermediaries

Internationally Focused

Carbon credits sourced from Australia and around the world

Streamlined Process

Decarbonology offer a streamlined and simplifed process.

Our Carbon Credit Projects.

Native Tree Plantations.

Location: Western Australia

Growing trees is a highly effective method of capturing carbon while helping to rejuvenate damaged farmland and marginal areas in the process. In addition, tree planting projects also benefit local communities and businesses through employment opportunities, seedling and materials supply.

Our active plantation projects include the Wheatbelt Biodiversity Carbon Credit Project (WBCC), which covers a total area of 159.3 hectares in the Wheatbelt Region of Western Australia and is one of the largest afforestation carbon aggregation developments in Australia.


By planting native tree species in this location, we are helping to rejuvenate degraded farmland and restore an important biodiverse habitat.

Soil Carbon.

Location: Western Australia

Soil is a major carbon sink and increasing the amount of organic carbon in agricultural and rangeland soils is seen as one way of mitigating climate change. Soil carbon sequestration can be achieved by changing land management practices and adding external materials like Biochar. This process also helps improve soil quality and resilience of agricultural systems.

Our Moondah Bilya soil carbon project in Western Australia is a long-term carbon storage project which includes burying biochar to assist in the revegetation of this area.



Location: Western Australia & Europe

Biochar is produced from biomass or biowaste through a process known as pyrolysis (heated in the absence of oxygen), locking carbon dioxide away in a solid substance for the long term. Biochar has multiple commercial uses at potentially industrial volumes. In agriculture, it can increase soil fertility, water holding capacity and crop productivity, potentially reducing fertiliser use. It can also be used in the manufacture of products including cement or asphalt.

High-quality biochar contains more than 85% carbon, with each metric tonne capturing 2.8 tons of CO2 for centuries. All of our biochar credits are certified by the EBC (European Biochar Certification).

Blue Carbon.

Blue Carbon Is the broad term for carbon that is sequestered or captured, in the vegetation of coastal ecosystems. Mangroves, salt and tidal marshes, and seagrass ecosystems are functional carbon sinks that provide long-term storage of carbon from the atmosphere, sequestering large quantities of ‘blue’ carbon in both the plants and the sediment.

In addition to helping to mitigate climate change, the restoration and conservation of these ecosystems also support coastal water quality, sustainable fisheries and protection against floods and storms.

Carbonated Building Materials.

Carbonated building elements involve the manufacture of concrete-like building elements from steel slag (waste material from steel industry) instead of traditional cement or hempcrete. The product is carbon negative concrete that removes more carbon than its production emits, locking the carbon away permanently.

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