Value Chain Insetting


The concept of insetting has gained prominence as a forward-thinking strategy to mitigate environmental impact. Unlike traditional offsetting, insetting involves initiatives that directly address a company’s carbon footprint within its own operations and supply chain. This innovative approach goes beyond mere compliance, allowing organisations to actively contribute to global sustainability goals by achieving significant GHG reductions and removals.

Our proficiency in carbon  insetting positions us as the ideal partner for organisations seeking impactful and measurable sustainability strategies. With a focus on bespoke, results-driven approaches, we empower businesses to navigate the complexities of insetting seamlessly. We have built an insetting expertise on agricultural value chains and beyond: from the dairy sector to transportation, we cover a wide range of industries.


  • Carbon Footprint Assessment: Our experts conduct comprehensive scope 3 assessments to identify your organisation’s carbon footprint in its value chain, laying the foundation for targeted insetting initiatives.
  • Customised Insetting Programs: We design tailor-made carbon insetting programs that align with your business goals, integrating seamlessly into your value chain. Do you want your insetting project to obtain a credible certification? We can support you with this process.
  • Performance Monitoring and Reporting: Stay informed about the effectiveness of your insetting initiatives with our robust monitoring and reporting services, ensuring transparency and accountability.
  • Stakeholder Engagement: Foster a culture of sustainability within and beyond your organisation. Our stakeholder engagement services help you communicate and amplify the positive impact of your insetting efforts.

Anthesis develops and supports technology and nature-based offsetting projects within the Voluntary Carbon Market. Our carbon offset programmes are suitable for organisations wanting to take responsibility for their residual emissions.