Public Consultation For Puro.earth’s Carbon Crediting Program Is Open Till Jan 8th

Puro.earth Public Consultation On Its Carbon Crediting Program Is Open Till Jan 8th - Carbon Herald

Puro.earth, the leading carbon removal Standard and Registry in the voluntary carbon market, has opened a public consultation on its carbon-crediting program on December 18th. The consultation aims to align the General Rules of carbon-crediting of Puro.earth with the Core Carbon Principles (CCPs) of the Integrity Council for the Voluntary Carbon Market (IC-VCM) and the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA).

The final date for accepting public feedback is January 8th 2024. Any feedback can be sent to contact@puro.earth with subject line: Public Consultation General Rules.

Relevant: “I Haven’t Met A CFO, Who Would Pay €100/ 200 For A Ton Of CO2 Removed That They Could Reduce Instead,” Antti Vihavainen, CEO Puro.earth

The Core Carbon Principles (CCPs) of the IC-VCM were launched in March 2023 and demonstrate a set of ten principles defining high-quality credits with a focus on governance, emissions impact, and sustainable development. The goal is to create a carbon market that achieves real and verifiable climate change impact.

CORSIA is an initiative developed by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and adopted in October 2016. It is a carbon offset and carbon reduction scheme that helps the aviation industry compensate for the emissions they cannot abate at the moment. 

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As those initiatives share similar goals with Puro, the company aims for integration to achieve a strong foundation in carbon crediting. According to the company’s announcement, it agrees with the IC-VCM’s theory of change – Build integrity and scale will follow.

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