What is a Carbon Credit?
Carbon credits, created in 1997, from the Kyoto Protocol, are a way to reward the non-emission of carbon gas in the atmosphere, rewarding the entities that opt for this initiative.
How is the Carbon Credit generated?
Carbon credits are generated from the application of a globally accepted methodology, in processes of specific nature that quantifies the emission reductions which, through the elaboration of a project document, are registered in competent bodies, validated, verified, and placed on the market.
From the purchase and/or generation of carbon credits, it is possible to trade them through registered platforms with global credibility.
The generation and purchase of carbon credits represent the concern and consequent financing of sustainable practices.
By owning and/or generating carbon credits, your company is directly associated with practices that do not harm the environment, which is currently in vogue and brings great credibility.
For companies and entities that cannot, for whatever reason, reduce their emissions directly, they can buy carbon credits to finance sustainable projects and thus compensate them.