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We’ve hand-curated some of the best projects based on strict criteria, such as price, veracity, and global environmental impact.

Blue Carbon

$41.60

Available Tonnes:
4,573.18

Reforestation And Restoration Of Degraded Mangrove Lands, Sustainable Livelihood And Community Development In Myanmar

This project aims to restore 2265.47 hectares of degraded land in Myanmar's Ayeyarwady Division, creating a healthy mangrove ecosystem. It will provide carbon sequestration, natural disaster risk reduction, and sustainable livelihoods for coastal communities. The project also includes the establishment of the first mangrove gene bank in Myanmar, with a focus on biodiversity conservation.

Myanmar

Blue Carbon

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Renewable Energy

$1.35

Available Tonnes:
128,693.5

150 MW Grid Connected Wind Power Based Electricity Generation Project In Gujarat, India.

This project aims to produce electricity using renewable wind power and feed it into the local grid in Gujarat. The project not only generates sustainable energy but also supports the commercialization of wind power in the region and contributes to the sustainable development of the community. It is a valuable effort towards mitigating climate change.

India

Renewable Energy

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Forestry

$1.13

Available Tonnes:
374,737.41

Pacajai REDD+ Project

This project aimed to stop deforestation within private parcels in Brazil, covering 135,105 hectares at the edge of the deforestation frontier. It generated various benefits for the climate, social welfare, and biodiversity.

Brazil

Forestry

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Quick Retire

Here’s a list of readily available, discounted carbon tokens to retire quickly and easily.

Renewable Energy

$1.01

Available Tonnes:
1,957,115.99

4×50 MW Dayingjiang- 3 Hydropower Project Phases 1&2

The Dayingjiang-3 Hydropower Project Phases 1&2 in Yunnan Province, China, is a renewable energy project that generates electricity by utilizing the water resources of the Daying River. Four 50 MW hydro generation units are installed and the electricity generated is sold to the Dehong Power Grid and then fed to Yunnan Power Grid. The project achieves significant GHG emission reductions by avoiding 569,379 tonnes of CO2e per year, making it a valuable addition to the China Southern Power Grid.

China

Renewable Energy

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Forestry

$1.01

Available Tonnes:
135,909.31

Inner Mongolia Chao’Er Improved Forest Management Project

The Chao'er Forest Industry IFM Project is a forest conservation project in Hulun Buir City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China, covering 40,027.50ha of commercial forest. The project is focused on improved forest management activities and has a ranger team to prevent disturbances such as illegal logging, hunting, fires, etc. It is expected to generate approximately 8,372,662 tCO2e in emission reductions over 30 years.

China

Forestry

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Other

$2.19

Available Tonnes:
51,296.17

Henan Xinxiang 24MW Biomass Based Cogeneration Project

The Henan Xinxiang Biomass based Cogeneration Project generates electricity and heat using biomass residues, resulting in a reduction of GHG emissions. By avoiding the dumping of these residues, the project also reduces CH4 emissions. This project is estimated to achieve 123,858 tCO2e emission reductions annually.

China

Other

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Forestry

$2.50

Available Tonnes:
774,174.5

Florestal Santa Maria Project

The FSM-REDD Project, proposed by Florestal Santa Maria S/A, is located in Colniza Municipality, Mato Grosso, Brazil, and aims to combat the intense deforestation pressure in the region. The project estimates the avoidance of 29,923,331 tCO2 throughout 30 years by protecting 71,714 hectares of native forest on private land owned by FSM. The project also promotes local socio-environmental development through partnerships with a neighboring State Park and Colniza City Hall for education initiatives.

Brazil

Forestry

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