Over the past three decades, global efforts to address climate change have made significant progress.
The term “carbon market” is tossed around very casually these days, and it can be very misleading when you’re referring to the EU Emissions Trading System, but someone else is thinking of the global aviation sector’s market, CORSIA.
Climate change is a pressing issue that affects businesses worldwide, making it crucial for professionals to understand the carbon markets and the role of natural ecosystems in mitigating its impact.
Various green technologies have emerged in recent years with the potential to cut CO2 emissions in heavily polluting industrial processes.
Climate change is one of the greatest global challenges of our time. Its shockwaves are felt worldwide, and not just from an environmental point of view.
The following article detailing National Climate Policies in relation to cap-and-trade systems is supported by ClearBlue Markets.
Voluntary carbon offsets and legally binding carbon compliance markets both involve putting a price tag on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Carbon removals are activities that remove carbon emissions (carbon dioxide) from the atmosphere and store them away (in rocks, underground or in vegetation) so that they no longer form part of our atmosphere.
In the main, carbon credits represent a voluntary commitment to offset emissions from one source by purchasing and retiring a carbon credit that represents carbon saved elsewhere.