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What Does ECO Carbon Offsets Do?Information Supplied By ECO Carbon Offsets                 What Does ECO Carbon Offsets Do...
native habitat corridors.      Verification: Ongoing Carbon verification on a 3 yearly basis.      Audit & Asset Register:...
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What Does ECO Carbon Offsets Do?

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What Does ECO Carbon Offsets Do?

  1. 1. What Does ECO Carbon Offsets Do?Information Supplied By ECO Carbon Offsets What Does ECO Carbon Offsets Do?ECO has three main activities: Management Consultants: ECO Provides management consulting advice to businesses. We measure the size of their carbon footprint and assist in reducing the CO2 emissions of organisations. Carbon Farming Advice to Landowners: ECO works with landowners to enable landowners plant Kyoto compliant native vegetation. ECO also attends to the legal and compliance requirements to enable the plantation to be registered as a separate property right on the Certificate of Title with the Land Titles Office. Broker: ECO is a Broker between Landowner and Emitter. “The landowner grows trees-we sell carbon offsets”Landowner Focused Tasks: Consulting: Assisting Landowners determine if their land is suitable for growing native vegetation for Carbon. 110 Years: To determine whether these Landowners are prepared to sign and register a Forest Property Agreement which secures the land for 110 years and protects the trees for at least this period so that a registered Carbon Offset can be offered to the Carbon emission market. Measurement: Measuring the likely Carbon sequestration tonnage from the site, Plantings: Ensuring the plantings are Kyoto compliant, Biodiversity: Planting biodiverse native vegetation which, in addition to meeting Kyoto compliance requirements, also achieves an outcome which results in the provision of 1/3
  2. 2. native habitat corridors. Verification: Ongoing Carbon verification on a 3 yearly basis. Audit & Asset Register: Maintenance of an asset register to ensure that no tree is sold twice and to meet independent audit requirements forming part of an Emission Trading Scheme. Accreditation: Complying with ongoing accreditation requirements. Legals: Establishing Forest Property Agreement with Landowner and registering it with Land Titles Office,Emitter Focused Tasks Carbon Footprint Measurement: Measuring the quantum of Greenhouse Gasses emissions by businesses and assisting organisations reduce their emissions. Matching Emitters: Matching Carbon buyers (emitters of CO2e) who want to purchase tree-based offsets with carbon farmers who have grown suitable biosequestered offsets. Pricing: Negotiating pricing with emitters along with other matters. Sales: Establishing sales and legal contracts with the buyers. Carbon Asset Register: Establishing and maintaining a Carbon Audit Register (thereby ensuring carbon retirement and that the same tree is not sold twice) Audit & Compliance: Providing emitters with assurances in regard to audits; methodology and standards. Certification: Providing Carbon Offset certificates to emitters. Fire Insurance: Providing fire insurance cover for first 5 years. Reporting: Provide annual growing report to emitter clients for their internal records or Annual Reports. Single Point of Contact: For major emitters – one central contact point and not multiple Landowners. Becoming CARBON NEUTRAL Can Be COST NEUTRAL! 2/3
  3. 3. Related articles Who Are ECO? (ecocarbonoffsets.com.au) Frequently Asked Questions (ecocarbonoffsets.com.au) We Measure Your Carbon Footprint & Provide Carbon Offsets Through Carbon Farming For More Info...Click Here... http://ecocarbonoffsets.com.au/faq/what-does-eco-carbon-offsets-do/ 3/3Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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