The Rise and Transcendence of Carbon Credits

It can be a difficult feat to tie in saving the planet with boosting the economy, but over the years, there have been a handful of initiatives in the woodworks, hoping that one of them would stand out. Some of them were simply dormant and misunderstood, but it is imperative that we somehow revisit these concepts to grasp anything that would reduce carbon emissions while keeping the financial gears turning.

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A carbon sequestration project developing partnerships in every country. Providing carbon credits via our cryptocurrency, allowing organizations to offset CO₂.

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