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Blue Carbon: What You Need to Know

Did you know that the coastal waters of the world are home to some of the most important ecosystems on the planet? These ecosystems, known as blue carbon ecosystems, play a vital role in mitigating climate change. In this blog post, we will discuss what blue carbon is, and why it is so important to […]

What Every Company in New Brunswick Needs to Know About ESG

If you’re a business owner in New Brunswick, it’s important to be aware of ESG and sustainability. There are many benefits to taking these factors into account when running your company, and we’ll outline some of them in this blog post. ESG stands for environmental, social, and governance, and refers to the ways companies can

Reducing Your Water Carbon Footprint: Tips to Conserve and Help the Environment

esgthereportDean Emerick is a curator on sustainability issues with ESG The Report, an online resource for SMEs and Investment professionals focusing on ESG principles. Their primary goal is to help middle-market companies automate Impact Reporting with ESG Software. Leveraging the power of AI, machine learning, and AWS to transition to a sustainable business model. Serving

Individual Climate Action: How to Make a Difference

Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time and individual climate action is the solution. It’s something that we all have to deal with, and it’s up to each and every one of us to do our part in mitigating its effects. In this blog post, we’re going to talk about

Carbon Credits vs. Carbon Offsets: What’s the difference?

Do you know the difference between carbon credits and carbon offsets? If not, you’re not alone. A lot of people don’t understand the difference, but it’s an important distinction to make. In this blog post, we will discuss the differences between carbon credits and offsets and explain how they can help reduce your environmental impact.

Black Carbon: The Invisible Killer of the Climate

In order to understand the effects of black carbon on climate change, we must first understand what it is. Black carbon is a type of air pollutant that is created from the incomplete burning of fossil fuels, biomass, and waste. It is also known as soot or particulate matter. Black carbon has a large impact

What is the CCB Standard?

The CCB Standard is a new, voluntary certification program that helps businesses integrate climate change, community engagement, and biodiversity conservation into their land management projects. The program was developed in response to the growing demand for sustainable land management practices. It provides businesses with a framework for managing their land in a way that benefits

A Comprehensive Guide to Carbon Emissions

What is a carbon footprint? A carbon footprint is a measure of how much greenhouse gas or GHG emissions are produced by an individual, organization, or product. In this comprehensive guide to carbon footprints, we will discuss everything you need to know about carbon emissions! We will cover what factors contribute to carbon footprint, as

Forestry Projects: From Planning to Execution

Forestry projects can be complex and challenging to plan and execute properly. There are many things to consider when undertaking a forestry project, from the environmental impact to the economic feasibility. In this blog post, we will discuss the various stages of a forestry project, from planning to execution. We will also highlight some of

What is BECCS?

The idea behind this method of geoengineering involves capturing carbon dioxide from industries, power plants, and other sources, then storing them deep underground as a way to reduce carbon in the atmosphere. This is called “BECCS” which stands for Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage. It could be used to curb climate change in the

Energy Traders Turn to Carbon Trading Markets

To summarize the article, it discusses how carbon trading is becoming a more popular way to offset emissions, with BP and Shell being two of the biggest players in the market. It also mentions that there are some challenges with cross-border carbon trading, including a lack of regulations and difficulties defining what qualifies as a

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