EM will be releasing in February/March new solutions to enable more timely information on voluntary carbon markets including offsets credit pricing on core carbon and additional attributes, transactions, deliveries, and dynamics of supply, demand, and regulations. These developments will improve the ease of reporting and data connectivity for a growing global network of stakeholders including EM Carbon Survey Respondents (e.g. project developers, investors, retailers, brokers, trading platforms), corporations with net-zero and carbon neutrality goals, governments, civil society, consultants, and academics.
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- Participate in the initial phase of EM’s new developments. Sign up here to request a spot as a beta tester. Pre-invited pilot and beta users of these new developments include EM’s Strategic Supporters and a select group of committed organizations that have responded consistently to the EM Carbon Survey.
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Ecosystem Marketplace was initially created to improve transparency and price discovery in the voluntary space, as there is no centralized system for transacting voluntary carbon credits. Since 2006, our team has annually distributed surveys to our network of project developers, investors, retailers, and brokers to collect confidential information about their voluntary carbon offset market transactions. The resulting reports, provided free of charge, provide all market participants – from small project developers to large corporate buyers to policymakers – a comprehensive view of market conditions.