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Bluefin Leisure Ltd. Environment Policy

We all believe the environment is changing. Each of us must take responsibility for reducing our carbon footprint and working towards a sustainable future.

Liquidambar secondary forest, Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, MexicoHere at Bluefin Leisure we have taken action to reduce our own emissions as much as possible. This includes re-using packaging materials where practical, minimising energy usage and upgrading to the most energy-efficient equipment available. We have offset remaining carbon dioxide emissions from our general operations in association with World Land Trust since 17th February 2008.

From 1st July 2008, at no extra cost to you, we are also offsetting the carbon emissions created by delivering your parcel from our warehouses to your door.

We are doing this through the Carbon Balanced Programme run by the World Land Trust
All calculations are interpolated from actual fuel usage figures provided by our shipping partners and are based on a broad
average covering thousands of parcels thus giving us the most accurate information currently available to us.


The Carlos Bustamante property which is being restored using funds raised through the Carbon Balanced Programme. This is part of the Tapichalaca Reserve, Ecuador.What is the World Land Trust?
The World Land Trust is an international conservation charity (Reg. No. 1001291), based in Halesworth, a rural town in Suffolk, UK. Since its foundation in 1989 as the World Wide Land Conservation Trust, the World Land Trust has been working to preserve the world's most biologically important and threatened lands, and has helped purchase and protect over 350,000 acres of habitats rich in wildlife, in Asia, Central and South America and the UK.

We urge you to visit World Land Trust and see for yourself the excellent work that they do. Please support them by making a contribution to help achieve a clean, healthy, safe and sustainable environment so that our children may still enjoy the fishing we take for granted today.


Together we can make a difference.

Images and Carbon Balanced logo are reproduced with kind permission of World Land Trust