India’s announcement of activities for carbon trading under Article 6.2 mechanism is a bold move towards a low-carbon future. With a focus on emerging technologies and international finance, India aims to promote sustainable development and attract foreign investment. Canada can learn from India’s efforts and also profit from the sales of ITMOS. India’s climate ambition is leading the way in the green revolution and setting an example for the world to follow.
Author Archives: David Oliver
Renewable Diesel: The Cleaner Alternative to Electric Vehicles?
This blog post dives into the heated debate over the future of transportation fuels, exploring the pros and cons of both electric vehicles and renewable diesel. From carbon emissions to food prices and implementation hurdles, every aspect is carefully evaluated. As policymakers strive towards decarbonization, find out how market-based approaches and investment can shape the future of the transportation industry.
Sustainable Living, Rewarded: The Benefits of Carbon Credits for Consumers
As consumers, we have the power to drive significant change in reducing emissions and combating climate change through our daily choices. Carbon markets provide a valuable tool for incentivizing low-carbon choices, such as using heat pumps instead of gas furnaces, choosing vegan diets, flying with airlines that use sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), and more. By providing financial incentives, carbon markets empower consumers to make a positive impact on the environment while also saving money.
Carbon Credits Done Right: How Greenlines’ MCE is Making a Real Impact in Urban Mobility
Recent controversy in carbon markets highlighted the need to rely on data and technology to ensure offset projects generate the environmental benefits they promise. But sometimes, the solution is ‘literally’ in the palm of your hand, inside a simple trip planning app.
Carbon Credits: Canada’s $33 Billion-Dollar Opportunity in the Post-Paris Agreement World
Canada is a vast country with abundant natural resources, making it one of the world’s leading exporters of key commodities such as petroleum products, grains, potash, and forestry products. These exports play a vital role in the global economy, powering industry, feeding the world, and keeping it running smoothly. The billions of dollars generated byContinue reading “Carbon Credits: Canada’s $33 Billion-Dollar Opportunity in the Post-Paris Agreement World”
Our Titanic is sinking – should we plug the holes, or pump the water out? How about both?
Our Titanic is sinking, and there is no time left to argue what is the best solution to get us out. With carbon markets, the debate on whether or not carbon offset should be used to fight climate change continues. Also, whether removals should be prioritized versus avoidance. Does it matter anymore? Or should we use all options available, before our ship sinks?
7 reasons why Canada’s Federal GHG Offset System is unlikely to make a difference
Canada’s GHG Offset System has potential to generate large emission reductions. Will its current form achieve its objective?
Are carbon markets about to disrupt the the transport sector? (for the better)
Is the transportation sector ready to be disrupted by carbon markets? The pieces are finally in place to make it happen – read to learn how this will happen.
How to give back to Canada? By launching a new kind of business!
After years involved in capital projects, I decided to give back to Canada by supporting organizations successfully develop large projects.
How playing curling landed me an amazing job in a new country like Canada
Ten years ago, attending a curling tournament turned to be key to land an amazing job in a new country. This is a story of acting different and bold.