Determining carbon offset quality with remote sensing:
A Technical Guide to Rating Forest Carbon Projects
Forest carbon offsets are notorious for their unreliable quality, and many do not actually offset carbon emissions at all. With so many companies relying on carbon offsets as part of their sustainability strategy, this quality control problem has disasterous impacts on climate change.

Evaluating Forest Carbon Projects:

Assessing the Quality and Accuracy of Carbon Offsets Through Advanced Methods.
We use tree cover estimates, boundary analysis, and global space-borne carbon stock assessments to provide a comprehensive evaluation of forest carbon projects. These methods help us identify discrepancies, assess carbon sequestration claims, and ensure the integrity of nature-based carbon offsets.
Zombie
Credits
A Hidden Problem Undermining
Carbon Markets
In the opaque world of carbon credits, a troubling phenomenon known as "zombie credits" has emerged, raising significant concerns about the credibility and effectiveness of carbon offsetting.

Resources

Whitepaper

Buffer pools: Why the carbon market needs a new approach to permanence and how insurance can help

Buffer pools: Why the carbon market needs a new approach to permanence and how insurance can help
Market

Integrity in Offsets: Finite Carbon's Flawed Forest Projects

Integrity in Offsets: Finite Carbon's Flawed Forest Projects
Blog

Mangroves: Nature's Carbon Storage Superheroes

Mangroves: Nature's Carbon Storage Superheroes
Blog

From Carbon Credits to Fire Risks: The Vulnerability of Forest Offset Projects

From Carbon Credits to Fire Risks: The Vulnerability of Forest Offset Projects
Announcement

Renoster Supports Launch of Neutral's REDD Trading Platform

Renoster Supports Launch of Neutral's REDD Trading Platform
Article

Are “High-Quality Credits” Always Aligned with Climate Progress?

Are “High-Quality Credits” Always Aligned with Climate Progress?
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