The Kyoto Protocol is an international agreement that establishes legally binding limits for 37 industrialized countries on emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases (GHG). The Kyoto Protocol was adopted in Kyoto, Japan in December 1997 and entered into force in 2005.
Carbon credits are a vital component of national and international emission trading schemes that have been implemented to mitigate global warming. Credits can be exchanged between businesses or bought and sold in international markets at the prevailing market price. Credits can be used to finance carbon reduction schemes between trading partners worldwide. Carbon Credits have been given the recognition of an intangible commodity and can be traded on the commodities market. Trading of carbon credits happens in the form of CERs or Certified Emissions Reductions. CERs are in the form of certificates, just like stock. A CER is given by the CDM Executive Board to projects in developing countries to certify that they have reduced greenhouse gas emissions by one tonne of carbon dioxide per year.
Carbon Trading Carbon trading is the process of buying and selling permits and credits that allow the permit holder to emit carbon dioxide. It has been a central pillar of the EU's efforts to slow climate change.
In this figure, If companies emit less than the cap, they are permitted to sell the excess carbon permits to companies that are polluting more. The company polluting less will profit from this transaction.
What we do
We also conduct carbon credit trading by arranging buyers and sellers across the globe.
We also undertake the establishment of carbon credits projects and updating old registered projects as per UNFCCC guidelines.
We have offered both offline and online training to officers in government and private sectors in multiple countries in a variety of carbon credit practices.
We are conducting advisory on climate change, and sustainability.
Note- As the world moves into a low carbon economy soon, we would like that your company should take the first-mover advantage in multiple areas like solar, wind, hydro and biofuels, waste handling, and forestry.
About my team
We have 18 people seasoned team which includes experts from India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Australia, Ghana, Germany, Turkey, the UK, and Vietnam.
- CDM projects undertaken
- Solar lantern projects in Bangladesh for abs solar power limited from 2010 to 2013
- Hydropower projects in Indonesia for Tamara hydropower 2014 to 2015.
- Forestry projects in Ghana, Togo (2021)
- Close Associates
- University of petroleum and energy studies, Dehradun
- Institute of chartered accountants of India
- Indian oil
- Suntech Australia Pvt. Ltd.
- Ecolutions (India) Pvt. Ltd.
- Books publication
- Forestry CDM
- Financing renewable projects
- CDM, a carbon primer
- key seminars undertaken
- Dhaka chamber of commerce on future of CDM
- Warsa university, Poland carbon mapping in India
- Nanyang technical university, Singapore on carbon entrepreneurship Institute of chartered accountants of India on the carbon tax: the need for India
- Social media recognition
- Regularly write blogs on climate change where I have 14656 followers.
- Blog writing on various interrelated issues.
- Current professional commitment
- CDM director to abs solar power limited, Bangladesh
- Adviser to sg hydropower, Nepal for CDM.
- Baseline development under UNFCCC guidelines for reforestation & Afforestation
- VER and CER are selling at Singapore Stock Market
- On the advisory panel of DHAKA of Bangladesh
- Result-driven professional with a capable team who can develop and manage the entire value chain covering.
- Project concept note
- Project design documents
- Issuance of CER
- Buying & selling of CER in the stock exchange of Singapore and Australia.
Works in 2022
1. Evenvro queen private limited, MP
2. Plantations and development private limited, Ghana
3. Symboil SABF* Ghana
4. Solar Project Bangladesh *