Emissions Trading

  Emissions trading is an administrative approach to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and solve global warming, such as European Union Emission Trading Scheme (EU ETS). Governments set the limit or cap on the amount of greenhouse gas emissions to companies or other groups that are issued emission permits. These organizations are required to hold an equivalent number of allowances or credits that represent the right to emit a specific amount. factory
  The total amount of allowances and credits cannot exceed the cap, limiting total emissions to a particular level. The transfer of allowances is referred to as a trade. In effect, the buyer is paying a charge for polluting, while the seller will be rewarded for having reduced emissions by more than was needed.
  There are two ways of emission trading, namely "cap & trade" and "baseline & credit". Along with the "baseline & credit" way, Our Carbon-Circulating Agriculture would be developed as Joint Implementation (JI) or Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) of Kyoto Protocol, will be issued Certified Emission Reductions (emission reductions credits). The credits would be traded or use it for the expansion of the cap of related/invested company or business.
  Thus, Carbon-Circulating Agriculture not only protects the environment but becomes an integral part of the sustainable development of our society and industry.
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