The Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group has launched a voluntary carbon offset program, which will enable passengers to offset their own carbon emissions via dedicated microsites.  Singapore Airlines and Scoot customers  will be able to offset carbon emissions on the respective airline microsites at any time before or after a flight. Scoot is the group’s low cost-carrier. SIA and Scoot will also match the offsets that these customers purchase for the first six months from the launch of this program. The voluntary carbon offset program will be further enhanced to allow SIA customers to use their KrisFlyer miles and HighFlyer points to offset their carbon emissions beginning in the fourth quarter of 2021. The offsets will be provided via the BlueHalo digital solution, which has been developed by Australia-based Tasman Environmental Markets (TEM). This allows customers to immediately calculate and offset the emissions associated with their journey. Lee Wen Fen, senior vice president-corporate planning, said the program will give customers an opportunity to offset their emissions “through accredited projects that provide clear benefits to people and the planet.” Customers may offset their carbon emissions via the following websites: