Greenfleet's supporters


We would like to acknowledge and thank the thousands of households, businesses and organisations who have committed to make a difference for the environment by offsetting their emissions. Over 370 organisations are currently taking practical climate action by contributing to Greenfleet through offsetting, direct donations, workplace giving, promotional offers or pro-bono services. 

Find below a list of our supporters, sorted according to their level of support:

  • Eucalypt supporters are the organisations who annually offset over 1,600 tonnes of CO2-e.
  • Wattle supporters are the organisations who annually offset between 700 and 1,600 tonnes of CO2-e.
  • Banksia supporters are the organisations who annually offset between 300 and 700 tonnes of CO2-e.
  • Grevillea supporters are the organisation who annually offset up to 300 tonnes of CO2-e. Whilst we could not list them all on our website, we still want to say a big THANK-YOU for their amazing support.

Organisation Name:

La Trobe University

Supporter Level:


Supporting Greenfleet since:


Total offsets over time:

11,738 tonnes CO2-e.


Unlike other businesses which may focus on their own environmental impact and resource efficiency, La Trobe University is mindful of the influence universities have on equipping graduates for leadership, professional and other roles in society, and the important role of academic research in developing solutions to pressing global issues such as climate change, world poverty, food security and other sustainability challenges. La Trobe University will focus on its most substantial impacts, to: - engage with students on contemporary social and environmental issues through a distinctive curriculum framework, the La Trobe Framework, which will emphasise breadth of learning and systematic exposure to the major challenges students will face over the course of their lifetimes; - develop our interdisciplinary research capabilities through the cross-disciplinary Research Focus Areas which address some of the most pressing questions affecting the future of human societies and their environments; - ensure that we offer opportunities to students from a diverse range of backgrounds and actively promote social inclusion and cultural tolerance; - develop curriculum on social and environmental sustainability issues as part of all degrees to ensure that every graduate has the capability to address major current social, economic, technological and political issues and be able to adapt and apply their learning to the challenges of the future; - minimise any adverse impact on the environment, manage our resources effectively and efficiently and consider carefully our ethical choices and everyday practices. The latter includes the minimisation of work related travel and the offset of travel that cannot be avoided through Greenfleet offsets. For more information please visit

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