Work out an event's carbon emissions by answering a few very simple questions
Our clever calculator will show you how much it'll cost to neutralise the emissions
Your money will go to towards aiding some of the most worthwhile green initiatives across the planet
Events celebrate some of the greatest days of our lives, but while they live long in the memory they can also have a long lasting effect on the planet. Guest's travel, catering and everything else on the day can cause large-scale emissions, but you can event that out by offsetting your event with Feast It.
The average event creates
That's equivalent to
flights to Australia
or the annual emissions of
Feast It have linked up with Ecologi, an organisation that partners with climate projects all over the world to offset carbon emissions and plant trees. Each of their projects has been independently certified by Gold Standard, an environmental integrity body established in 2003 by WWF and other NGOs.
Your money will help support The Eden Projects, who reduce extreme poverty and restore healthy rainforests by employing local villagers to plant millions of trees every year, and Gold Standard, a certification body that works to ensure every penny of climate and development funding goes as far it can.
While we have made carbon offsetting an event easy, we are also trying to make the whole industry greener. This means that suppliers who want to work at Feast It events must be up to our environmental standards otherwise. Having organised major events such as Pride in London, The Southampton Boat Show and Secret Cinema, we are working to change events for the better
Funding the protection of 496,988 hectares of Brazilian rainfores, a programme that so far has prevented 15,491,971 tonnes of CO2e from entering the atmosphere.
Preserving the forests of the natural land bridge from South America to North America, important for species who use the bridge in migration.
The Bosawas Biosphere Reserve in Nicagragua is the world's largest primary forest, and the project will reforest 535 hectares of land that has been illegally deforested.
It only takes 3 minutes!