The carbon offset credit supply potential tools provide bottom-up estimates of the volume of credits that could be issued under a range of different scenarios. The analytical tools use project level information from the Clean Development Mechanism, Gold Standard, Verified Carbon Standard and Climate Action Reserve extracted from public data sources, combined with survey data collected from a wide range of projects. The database tools have been developed with project partners and applied in a range of projects to provide critical information on the potential supply of credits under scenarios related to the future use of offset credits, including the application of vintage, host country, project type and double counting restrictions. The tools are particularly relevant to ongoing policy design work for CORSIA and considerations for any transition of the CDM to a new international market mechanism.
Continuous analysis of the status and developments of mitigation activities in the global carbon market up to 2020. The German Emission Trading Authority (DEHSt) at the Federal Environment Agency contracted a consortium led by NewClimate Institute, to follow and evaluate the current situation and developments in the international carbon market over the period up to… Read More