We have large experience in the carbon markets, such as:
Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)
The CDM is one of three mechanisms defined by the Paris Agreement for certifying emission reduction projects around the world. These projects produce certificates, which each refer to a single tonne of carbon dioxide (tCO2). These carbon credits can be traded and used by companies to neutralize/compensate their emissions.
Verified Carbon Standard (Verra/VCS)
The Verified Carbon Standard (Verra/VCS) is a global standard for validating and verifying voluntary emission reductions. Any emission reductions that are validated and verified by Verra/VCS must be real, measurable, permanent, additional, unique, transparent, conservatively calculated and checked by an independent verifier. Methodologies from Verra/VCS are closely based on the rules at UNFCCC.
The Gold Standard is a voluntary carbon offsetting program. Gold Standard additionally requires the ecological, social and economic added value of a project to be periodically checked by a validator. The Gold Standard is the highest quality project standard and was co-developed by World Wide Fund for Nature Inc (WWF).
Global Carbon Council (GCC)
The Global Carbon Council (GCC) is a voluntary carbon offsetting program that aims to assist the organizations reduce their carbon footprints, help sectoral economy to diversify by adopting low-carbon pathways and catalyze climate actions on ground.
Cercarbono is a standard with a voluntary carbon certification programme that facilitates and guarantees the registration of Climate Change Mitigation Programmes or Projects (CCMPs), the certification of emissions, and the registration of the carbon credits generated by these initiatives.