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Navigating the Carbon Credit Landscape

In the face of an escalating climate crisis, sustainability managers are grappling with a myriad of challenges. From concerns about greenwashing to the intricacies of the carbon credit market, the path to a sustainable future is filled with uncertainties. The events of 2023 have underscored the urgency for immediate action, with both public and private sectors aligning their efforts with the Paris Agreement’s objectives. However, the voluntary carbon market (VCM) remains a complex and daunting terrain due to the lack of clear sourcing and standardized guidance.

3Degrees’ Carbon Action Playbook emerges as a beacon of clarity in this landscape. It offers practical, actionable steps for companies eager to incorporate carbon credits into their decarbonization strategies. Drawing insights from various third-party NGO action frameworks and market guidance, this playbook provides a well-defined roadmap for navigating the VCM. Download the guide to help in your sustainability journey.

The Carbon Action Playbook will help organizations:

  1. Understand the role of carbon credits in a climate strategy – Learn how to shape a comprehensive climate strategy for your organization, including the credible use of carbon credits in achieving global sustainability goals.
  2. Decide which carbon credits to purchase – Discover effective carbon procurement strategies, understand the balance between carbon removals and emissions reductions, navigate carbon credit standards, and implement robust due diligence to make informed procurement decisions.
  3. Make credible carbon claims – Understand the importance of establishing credible carbon credit claims by prioritizing accuracy and transparency, while adopting a strategic communication approach that emphasizes contributions to global climate change mitigation efforts.

 Your sustainability journey starts here.

Download the Carbon Action Playbook: https://bit.ly/41w247t

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