Climate Impact X Launches Global Carbon Marketplace for Meaningful Climate Action

Climate Impact X Launches Global Carbon Marketplace for Meaningful Climate Action

by March 17, 2022

Climate Impact X (CIX), a global carbon exchange and marketplace, has announced the launch of its Project Marketplace, a digital platform for businesses and carbon project suppliers to list, discover, compare, buy and retire quality carbon credits.

It aims to accelerate the corporate sector’s ability to take climate action through the provision of verified carbon projects.

The marketplace will enable businesses of all sizes to participate in the voluntary carbon market, by actively lowering barriers for companies to access quality credits easily.

The platform is designed for seamless user experience such as shortened purchase journeys and one-click retirement and transfers.



It will offer robust information on projects, along with third-party ratings and satellite monitoring technology to facilitate the growing interest, and create greater trust, in the voluntary carbon market (VCM).

All projects listed on the platform are verified by global registries; subjected to internal evaluations of carbon sequestration performance, governance and risk management, social integrity, and biodiversity contribution; and checked against independent ratings.

Project Marketplace currently offers credits from nature-based projects, with the aim of expanding into other credits later in the year.

Mikkel Larsen

Mikkel Larsen

“Responsible corporates are looking for assurance that the credits they buy will deliver tangible, lasting climate impact. Therefore, we chose to launch Project Marketplace ahead of our Auction and Spot Exchange platforms.

 

It is the ideal venue for companies that want to explore the VCM. Our aim is to engender greater confidence amongst buyers and sellers of carbon credits. To achieve that goal, we focus on curating quality credits and offering credible data, insights and practical guidance to our wider community.”

said Mikkel Larsen, Chief Executive Officer of CIX.

 

 

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