Carbon Markets

CARBON MARKETS:   Carbon markets were and are created from the trading of carbon emission allowances to encourage or help countries and companies to limit their carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.  This is also known as emissions or carbon trading.

Carbon emissions trading is a way of reducing greenhouse gases produced. E.g., in the EU, it operates on a cap and trade system where a limit (cap) is set on C02 emissions and permits are given to emitters to release a certain amount of CO2.  If a company exceeds its allowance, it has to purchase additional permits to cover the excess.  If a company does not exceed its limit, then it can sell their unused allowances

Within the Global Carbon Co-op webpages we provide Carbon Market information for Projects, Companies, Carbon Trading, Emissions Trading, Carbon Credits, Cap-and Trade, Education, Regulation Information, Green House Gas Reduction Plans, Sequestration, Protocols and more!