What is Article 6 of the Paris Agreement?

Get In Touch Article 6 of the Paris Agreement provides a high-level approach to creating global carbon markets, envisioning three main approaches: cooperation between parties to the Paris Agreement; the establishment of a centralised mechanism to support sustainable development, where credits could be traded, with participation from both public and private sectors; and “non market” […]

More than carbon: Understanding the underlying value of carbon credits

Get In Touch As carbon markets in Australia and internationally continue to evolve, the policies, methodologies and Standards that support them are being improved and the market’s understanding of what drives the price of each carbon credit is maturing. Following the recent policy changes across Australia’s compliance market and improved transparency in the international voluntary […]

Six types of carbon credits

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There are several different types of carbon credits, also known as carbon offsets or emissions reductions. These credits represent the reduction, removal, or avoidance of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Here are some common types of carbon credits: Renewable Energy Credits (RECs): These credits are generated from renewable energy projects such as wind, solar, hydroelectric, or […]

How carbon credits fight climate change

Carbon credits fighting climate change

Five ways carbon credits help to fight climate change Carbon credits play a crucial role in fighting climate change by providing a market-based mechanism to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Here are some key reasons why carbon credits are important: Encouraging emission reductions: Carbon credits create financial incentives for organizations and individuals to reduce their […]