The investment of carbon credits revenue in socio-environmental initiatives represents an innovative form of financing, which focuses on the preservation of Brazilian biomes and improvements for underprivileged communities.
The company has extensive experience in the development, implementation and monitoring of carbon projects, and in the sale of the carbon credits generated.
Renewable Biomass Projects
Our renewable biomass projects revolutionize the production process of small ceramics throughout the country, making it cleaner and environmentally friendly. The use of fossil fuel or native wood, a common practice in Brazil, is replaced by renewable biomass, such as residues from agriculture and local industries. With the project, the ceramic produces without harming the environment, keeping the forests standing and generating carbon credits.
In order to encourage clean energy in Brazil, Sustainable Carbon is looking for wind power projects to generate carbon credits. If you are interested, please contact us. The carbon credits originated from the project will generate additional revenues and certify the company’s good socio-environmental practices.
In order to encourage clean energy in Brazil, Sustainable Carbon is looking for solar power projects to generate carbon credits. If you are interested, please contact us. The carbon credits originated from the project will generate additional revenues and certify the company’s good socio-environmental practices.
Methane Avoided Projects
Our Methane Avoided projects are one of our most additional projects in terms of benefits to the ecosystem. Through pig manure composting, emissions are avoided and the manure is converted into an organic compound, which keeps the water flows free of excess of nitrogen and phosphorus, thus avoiding the degradation of aquatic biodiversity. The process also brings benefits to the agriculture, as it improves efficiency of water use in farms.
Our forestry projects (REDD+) aim to increase the competitiveness of sustainable activities against the traditional model of land occupation.
These projects promote sustainability in its three pillars: economic, through carbon credits; social, due to the generation of benefits to the community; and environmental, through the conservation, reforestation and adoption of efficient techniques of forest management, with the resulting reduction of GHG emissions and biodiversity protection.