How We Compare

Other Offsetting Schemes Are Available!


But they are often based in developing countries where the outcomes may be adversely affected by unforeseen political and social influences.

The structure of most schemes is profit-driven, involving high project management costs; therefore, investments may not be spent on the critical tasks of environmental improvements.

Oak Offset tree planting is verifiabe because it is local; and every tree is recorded on the website map. It is ‘not-for-profit’, and provides additional biodiversity, and improvements to air and water quality. These benefits are felt in the locality of those offsetting. This geographical association is unique to Oak Offset.

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Not for profit

It is all about planting trees.


The English Oak supports more species than any other UK tree, and thrive along side all other native species.


Trees reduce surface water runoff and erosion. An oak can absorb 300 litres of water each day, filtering and evaporating, and locking up CO2.


Oak trees absorb carbon and release oxygen through photosynthesis. Trees also remove particulate pollution in urban environments.