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Navigating the European Taxonomy Regulation

In a concerted effort to combat climate change and promote sustainable finance, the European Union (EU) has implemented the European Taxonomy Regulation. This regulatory framework sets out a classification system for environmentally sustainable economic activities, providing clarity on what can…

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Carbon Market for Global Equity

Climate change presents an existential challenge to our planet, its ecosystems, and communities. At ALLCOT, we recognize that the steps we take today will shape the legacy we leave for future generations.

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The shift to sustainable climate solutions

Achieving carbon neutrality was the primary aim in the fight against climate change. However, the focus has shifted towards ensuring that climate measures are not only carbon neutral but also sustainable. Today, it’s not just about offsetting CO2 emissions with…

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Extreme E extends pioneering sustainability partnership with ALLCOT

Extreme E has today announced it will be renewing its long-term environmental partnership with ALLCOT, a carbon project developer and leader in sustainability solutions for businesses. ALLCOT have worked with the series since its first season and will continue to play…

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Annual Insights 2023

Throughout 2023, our team showcased unparalleled dedication and synergy, transforming challenges into triumphs and aspirations into tangible achievements. Each page within this magazine is more than a glimpse into our work; it’s a profound expression of the care and commitment…

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Fostering the Future of Carbon Projects in Fairness and Equity. Workshop in Saly, Senegal

The “Fostering the Future of Carbon Projects in Fairness and Equity” workshop was held on September 2022 in Saly, Senegal. Organized by the Carbon Markets Fairness Foundation and ALLOT; sponsored by EcoRegistry, Cercarbono, Senken, and Flowcarbon; and supported by UNCCC….

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Women, key agents of change in the fight against climate change

In many regions, women are the linchpins of agricultural production and water management, bearing the brunt of erratic weather patterns and resource scarcity. Yet, they often confront systemic barriers such as limited access to land rights and decision-making forums. One…

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​A concept of Fairness through market mechanism 

​By Alexis L. Leroy The concept of fairness in carbon markets, particularly under Articles 6.2 and 6.4 of the Paris Agreement, is both complex and crucial, especially for bridging the economic and social disparities between the Global North and the…

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Harnessing technology for global climate action

With the world requiring 250 billion tons of carbon reduction by 2030 to limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C, technological innovation emerges as a pivotal enabler. The Paris Agreement acknowledges this imperative, emphasizing the importance of developing and transferring climate…

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The Socio-Economic Implications of the ABC Mangrove Restoration Senegal Project

ALLCOT’s commitment to environmental sustainability takes center stage in the latest edition of “EchoVert, l’Hebdo de l’Environment.” The spotlight shines brightly on the “ALLCOT Blue Carbon (ABC) Mangrove Restoration Senegal” project, a initiative aimed at reforesting 7,000 hectares of mangrove…