Offset your emissions from a broad selection of high-integrity carbon credits from Australian and international projects.

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Australian project

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International project

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International project

Blue Carbon

Types of carbon credits

The Kyoto Protocol in 1997 and the Paris Agreement in 2015, established global objectives for CO2 emissions. As the latter received ratification from nearly all nations, it paved the way for the formulation of international emission targets and accompanying regulations.

With the implementation of these regulations, businesses are facing increasing pressure to reduce their carbon footprint in line with both national and international goals. Presently, many strategies involve participation in carbon markets to offset hard-to-abate emissions.

Essentially, carbon markets assign a monetary value to CO2 emissions, transforming them into tradable commodities.

Below is a brief explanation of the two different types of carbon credits.

Avoidance/Reduction Credits

Avoidance or reduction credits are generated through projects that prevent or reduce the emission of greenhouse gases on a project-specific basis. These initiatives focus on avoiding the release of emissions that would occur in a business-as-usual scenario. Examples include the implementation of renewable energy sources such as wind and solar or the protection of forests that without the carbon project, would have otherwise been subject to deforestation.

Removal/Sequestration Credits

Removal or sequestration credits are generated by projects that actively capture and store carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. This involves activities like afforestation, reforestation, or other initiatives that enhance carbon sequestration. The aim is to remove and store more carbon than the natural environment would naturally absorb, contributing to a net reduction in greenhouse gas in the atmosphere.

Both avoidance/reduction credits and removal/sequestration credits are integral components of carbon markets, encouraging sustainable practices that contribute to the global effort to mitigate climate change.

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