Climate Change

Carbon Markets Driving Collective Climate Action at IETA’s ECS 2024 

Florence, Italy – The International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) proudly announced the successful conclusion of the European Climate Summit (ECS) 2024, which took place from April 16th to April 18th at the Firenze Fiera in Florence, Italy. Serving as the inaugural event of the Annual…

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Sargassum: from problem to solution

The proliferation of Sargassum along the Caribbean coastlines has escalated from an environmental curiosity to a pressing concern.

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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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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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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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We need to learn how to talk about the Paris Agreement

The Paris Agreement often evokes perceptions of technicality or disinterest, prompting many to overlook the critical issue of climate change. Some individuals even experience eco-anxiety, a persistent apprehension stemming from the perceived irreversible consequences of environmental degradation. Conventional methods of…

ALLCOT supports Mere Plantations to issue 307,128 carbon credits from high-quality reforestation in Ghana

Bogotá, Colombia, 24 January 2024 – Mere Plantations (“Mere”), supported by ALLCOT, has today announced the issuance of 307,128 carbon credits generated from the largest privately funded tropical hardwood plantation in West Africa. The initial crediting period will run until…

The project for high-quality carbon credits produced in the forests of the Congo Basin goes ahead

“Permaculture through community engagement” is the name of the high-quality carbon credits project, located in the forests of the Congo Basin, the first (and last) lung of the planet.   These forests absorb more carbon than any other forests in the…

Going slowly but surely in the fight against climate change

In the ongoing battle against climate change, there is a glimmer of hope, albeit with a slow but steady progress. The recent COP28 in Dubai, held in December 2023, fell short of expectations as developed countries hesitated to commit to…

ALLCOT’s contributions to building a more equitable Carbon Market

An article by Alexis Leroy All discussions at COP28 will have as a starting point the results of the Sixth Assessment Report on climate change published in March 2023 by the IPCC, which states that, despite the best efforts, the…