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Carbon Credits Course

Carbon Credits Training Tool Kit

Ecodemy is pleased to announce our latest course: Carbon credits

Ecodemy’s Carbon Credits course explores the topic of carbon credits and carbon footprints. We will look into defining keywords for carbon budgeting, discuss voluntary vs compliant use of credits as well as different types of carbon offsets, explore the problems with carbon credits and how they play out in Canada, and provide resources you can use if you are looking to purchase carbon credits in Canada. Carbon credits or carbon offsets are tokens representing one ton of carbon dioxide being removed from the atmosphere; they are essentially used to convey a reduction in emissions through another source. This can happen through carbon storage such as planting trees or reducing emissions. Carbon credits have become popular in the business world. Companies are required to develop carbon budgets and stay within them. When they can not reduce their emissions below a set threshold, investing in carbon credits allows them to become net zero. Carbon credits are a great tool to fund carbon reduction projects as well as to monitor a company’s impact on the planet. They also are great when it comes to the emissions we can not currently eliminate.

This Material Supports United Nations Sustainable Development Goals #11 and #13.  

Carbon Credits Toolkit Features:

  • HD video Training course with Knowledge Check Quiz and Verifiable Certificate of Completion
  • Social Media Posts and Reusable Canva Templates
  • Presentation Slide Deck and Reusable Canva Template
  • Shareable written reports for your company’s publications and newsletters and Reusable Canva Template

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Click here to read the Purchasing Carbon Offsets Guide for Canadians

Check out our course on Carbon Credits

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