Arena Group Managed Ice Rinks 2023: Proof of ImpactArena Group Managed Ice Rinks 2023: Proof of ImpactArena Group Managed Ice Rinks 2023: Proof of Impact

Arena Group Managed Ice Rinks 2023: Proof of Impact

Arena Group is proud to have completed a full offset against the carbon emissions associated with installation and maintenance of the four leading ice rinks managed in the UK by Arena Group; Hampton Court Palace, Queen's House, Skate Manchester, and The Ice Rink at Westfield London. We are fiercely committed to taking action and ensuring we do everything in our power to leave a positive impact legacy across our managed structures. This Certificate represents 448 Tn of Carbon Emissions offset, details of the projects making up this offset can be found within the Certificate.
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Projects with Arena Group

Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve
Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve

Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve

Rimba Raya is an extraordinary example of a sustainable and economically viable alternative too deforestation. Situated in the heart of Central Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo, it stands as one of the largest projects dedicated to REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation) in peat swamp forests worldwide.
Cookstove - Hestian Innovation
Cookstove - Hestian Innovation

Cookstove - Hestian Innovation

Inefficient stove technologies contribute to deforestation and forest degradation, unsafe conditions in the home, soil erosion, and contribute to the death of 2 million infants each year due to indoor wood-smoke inhalation. Besides that, reduced need for biomass reduces allows women to dedicate their time to other activities as childcare and income generation.
The Future Forest Company: Montgreenan
The Future Forest Company: Montgreenan

The Future Forest Company: Montgreenan

Montgreenan covers 15.2ha within the East Ayrshire lowlands, South West of Glasgow. A small site that packs a lot into its boundaries. It is naturally wet, and has become home to a 33,000 native woodland creation scheme, helping to capture carbon, whilst also creating one of our more threatened and biodiverse woodland types: wet woodland.