Climate Action Commitment

At Solaxy Group, we adhere to top international standards and undergo regular independent audits to ensure our carbon reduction projects are transparent and effective.

Standards for Environmental Impact

All of our initiatives – from reducing emissions and protecting biodiversity to promoting renewable energy – comply with globally recognized standards. We also conduct regular independent third-party audits to guarantee the additionality and integrity of our projects.

Global Carbon Standards

VCS (Verified Carbon Standard)

Founded to advance quality in carbon markets, Verra sets rigorous standards for climate action and sustainable development projects. Its Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) ensures that emission reduction projects deliver real, measurable, and additional benefits.

With a robust portfolio of projects in diverse sectors and regions, Verra has certified thousands of projects worldwide. These initiatives contribute to significant climate impact and sustainable development, supported by a broad network of stakeholders and experts.

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Gold Standard Carbon Registry

Gold Standard

Established in 2003 by WWF and international NGOs, Gold Standard ensures carbon reduction projects under the UN’s Clean Development Mechanism contribute to sustainable development. The 2017 launch of the Gold Standard for the Global Goals enables the quantification, certification, and maximization of climate and development impacts.

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Clean development carbon registry

Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)

The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), established under the Kyoto Protocol, enables developed countries to invest in emission reduction projects in developing nations as part of their carbon offset commitments. These projects not only reduce greenhouse gas emissions but also contribute to sustainable development in host countries.

With thousands of registered projects across various sectors, the CDM plays a crucial role in global climate action, fostering international collaboration and driving investments in sustainable practices.

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Climate Action carbon registry

Climate Action Reserves

The Climate Action Reserve is a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing climate solutions through rigorous carbon offset standards. It provides trusted carbon accounting and ensures the integrity of emission reduction projects across North America.

Established to support market-based climate action, the Climate Action Reserve has certified numerous projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and promote sustainable practices. Its efforts facilitate measurable environmental benefits while encouraging innovation and investment in a low-carbon future.

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Australian clean carbon

Australian Carbon Credit Units

Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs) represent certified emissions reductions achieved through approved projects under Australia’s Carbon Credits (Carbon Farming Initiative) Act 2011. These units quantify and verify greenhouse gas abatement activities across various sectors, promoting sustainable land management and carbon sequestration practices.

ACCUs play a crucial role in Australia’s climate strategy by incentivizing businesses, landholders, and communities to adopt carbon-friendly practices. They contribute to national emissions reduction goals while fostering innovation and investment in environmental stewardship.

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American Carbon Registry

The American Carbon Registry (ACR) is a trusted nonprofit organization committed to driving environmental integrity through rigorous carbon accounting standards. Founded to support credible carbon offset projects in North America, ACR ensures transparency and reliability in emission reduction efforts.

With a diverse portfolio of certified projects spanning various sectors, ACR plays a pivotal role in promoting sustainable practices and mitigating climate change impacts. Its certification process enables stakeholders to demonstrate measurable contributions to a low-carbon economy while fostering innovation and environmental stewardship.

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