The carbon credit is a financial asset that allows private and public institutions to offset their greenhouse gas emissions. The objective is to reduce global emissions in an effort to achieve climate balance.
What are the benefits generated by the carbon credit market?
Contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and preserve the climate balance. Offer a market tool for companies and countries to offset their emissions. Create a market that can reduce emissions, by incentivizing the use of green technologies and cleaner, innovative tools.
In summary, the carbon credit is an important tool in the fight against climate change. By encouraging the reduction of emissions and the implementation of green technologies, it helps maintain the climate balance and ensure a more sustainable future for our planet.
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The answer to this question is no. However, it is possible to generate credits from any agricultural system, as long as reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions can be verified. Once GHG emissions are measured, reported, and verified, carbon credits may be generated through initiatives such as soil management, the use of organic fertilizers, crop rotation, and integrated production systems. However, for a project to be valid, strict regulations must be followed, in addition to receiving certification from accredited and independent organizations.
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