Find out how one company is using carbon credits to pay for access to clean water in western Kenya.
This post is in partnership with Vestergaard Frandsen
Vestergaard Frandsen's landmark Carbon for Water initiative provides more than 1 million free Lifestraw family water filters to communities in western Kenya, a region with limited access to clean water.
With a means for at-home access to drinkable water, locals no longer need to burn firewood for purification, resulting in carbon emissions savings. Watch the video to learn more about the company's commitment to Kenya and how carbon credits will help provide clean water equipment and training for years to come.