Paulo Lyimo


What’s a Carbon Credit? A carbon credit represents either the permanent removal of a tonne of CO2e from the atmosphere or the avoidance of one tonne of CO2e being emitted in the first place, through changes in land use or energy generation. One of the most effective ways of removing carbon from the atmosphere is...
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The historic Paris Agreement brokered in December 2015 established universal and harmonized measurement, reporting, and verification (MRV) provisions for climate change mitigation. A common system of transparency now applies to all countries. MRV is central to effectively implementing the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) submitted under the Paris Agreement, which describe countries’ mitigation goals and policies....
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