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Credibility of project-based offsetting in tatters

Over the weekend there was news that a company called SGS was suspended by the United Nations from its role as an auditor of carbon offset projects. SGS had been appointed by the UN to check that offsetting projects were being set up properly and reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

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Interview: Neal Dikeman Co-founder of Carbonflow on web technology’s role in addressing climate change.

Carbonflow, a venture dedicated to bringing automation and transparency to the carbon market, is a web-based software technology that works to drastically lower the cost and time it takes to create a carbon credit. We took some time to connect with Neal Dikeman, Co-founder and Chairman of the Board of Carbonflow, to learn a bit more about this revolutionary product.

COD: How does Carbonflow help developers of GHG reduction projects?

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DNV wins back UN authorisation for CDM project approval

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The UN has reinstated Det Norske Veritas (DNV) as an authorised verifier of emission reduction projects within the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) offset scheme, after the company moved to improve its processes for validating and verifying projects.

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UN suspends carbon-trading auditor

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