Who can use our platform?
Stakeholders benefit greatly by using our platform.
Comprensive platform for Carbon Project Management
Our platform is designed to help project proponents manage their carbon projects throughout their full lifecycle. With our user-friendly features, you can easily track your carbon credit inventory, sell your credits, and communicate with stakeholders to maximize the value of your projects. Whether you are starting out with a new project or have existing ones, our tools and resources can support you every step of the way.
Manage multiple carbon projects with ease
Our platform streamlines carbon project management by allowing you to oversee multiple projects, add stakeholders, and monitor your carbon credit inventory and reports. With our user-friendly platform, you can stay on top of your projects and maximize their value and impact.
Carbon Credit Sourcing Made Easy
Our streamlined processes enables marketplaces to efficiently integrate with the platform to source and offer carbon credits for sale from a range of projects. With our platform, marketplaces can expand their offerings, increase their impact, and connect with a wider network of buyers and sellers.
Climate action portfolio at the palm of your hands
Our platform allows organisations to create an account and easily source and manage carbon credits for their offsetting and compensation needs. With our user friendly platform you can quickly find and manage the carbon credits you need to achieve your sustainability goals.
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The ICR Program
To promote innovation in the VCM, the ICR program is committed to providing high-quality carbon credits backed by rigorous standards and transparent validation and verification processes.
Our program's strong foundation rests on globally recognized ISO standards, offering project developers the necessary flexibility to expedite and streamline the launch of their climate projects. Our robust framework instills trust, assuring organizations of registered climate mitigation and issued carbon credits.
Breaking down barriers
We're dedicated to enhancing registration process efficiency, addressing a key barrier in the voluntary carbon market.
Our aim: provide top service to clients by exploring & adapting to emerging technologies and regulations continuously.
Through clear communication, we empower clients with key knowledge, showcasing carbon offset projects' value & impact.
These are but a few of our platforms features.
Real time inventory
Provides a thorough overview of credits, covering their complete lifecycle. Always available in real time.
Public Profile → Social Network
Simplifies sharing and discovering project information, enhancing stakeholder engagement.
Enforces transparency and open data access, boosting trust and accountability.
Brings unparalleled capabilities to the carbon market by facilitating collaboration, carbon credit trading, and tracking among stakeholders.
Seamless marketplace integrations lead to lower sales costs and expanded market reach.
Frequently asked questions
These are some of the most asked questions around
A carbon credit is a transferrable unit issued electronically representing GHG emission mitigation in an amount of one (1) metric tonne of CO2 equivalent, which can be used for offsetting emissions.
A GHG (greenhouse gas) program is a framework designed to support reducing or offset greenhouse gas emissions. These programs can take various forms, including voluntary programs, government-led initiatives, and market-based mechanisms such as cap-and-trade or carbon offset programs. The goal of GHG programs is to incentivize or require reductions in or removal of GHG emissions by individuals, businesses, or other entities. Examples of GHG programs include renewable energy standards, energy efficiency programs, emissions trading systems, and carbon offset programs.
Vintage refers to the specific year in which a carbon credit was generated based on greenhouse gas emissions reductions or removals. The vintage may refer to the year in which the emissions reductions or removals actually occurred (for ex-post credits), or the year in which they are expected to occur (for ex-ante credits).