Building the Infrastructure for Forward Financing of Nature-based Carbon Credits

FOR A NET ZERO & NATURE POSITIVE FUTURE

Introducing Forward Financing of Climate & Impact Projects

The existing Voluntary Carbon Market is unable to overcome the imbalance between supply and demand.

GreenTrade resolves market constraints by making long-term purchase rights (ERPAs*) tradeable. We stand for high-integrity carbon credits on a robust, transparent, liquid marketplace.

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OUR AMBITION

Realize the Supply of 1 Billion Tonnes of CO2 by 2030

We're supporting developers to realise new offsetting projects while empowering companies to fulfill their Net Zero commitments

GreenTrade connects pricing stability and supply guarantee for businesses while developers can access liquidity at an early stage and accelerate their growth of carbon projects.

Access to long-term trusted supply
Mitigating risk of price increase
Tradability of Carbon Credits

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Forestry & Conservation

The aim of the project is to reforest pasture land previously used for extensive cattle ranching in northern Costa Rica using mixed stands of various indigenous tree species as well as teak.The project comprises two reforestation sites covering a total area of 736 ha within the biosphere reserves ‘Agua y Paz’ and 'Cordillera Volcanica Central', both recognized under UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere programme. It constitutes part of the habitat of the magnificent Great Green Macaw and other endangered species.

Capture & Storage

Soil Improvement Fibres are carbon-rich soil amendment products that are manufactured from pulp and paper industry side-streams. Typical fibre application of 25–50 tons per hectare adds multiple tons of slowly decaying organic carbon to soil. The carbon removal is achieved by applying the fibres which increases the soil carbon stock. When fibres are used as soil improvers, a proportion of the inert organic matter contained in the Product is stored in the soil carbon pool as durable carbon compounds.

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