Why trust EcoTraders in the effort to prevent climate change?

Our experience.

Thanks to a thorough understanding of international requirements, policy considerations, and technological know-how, our team has been deeply involved in climate policy at national, local and corporate levels over the past decade, developing INDCs, NAMAs, LT-LEDS and MRV systems.

We accompany our public sector and private sector clients on every step of the way to climate change mitigation.
 

GHG inventories

 

Modeling of GHG emissions projections

 

Carbon footprint

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GHG Assessment

Formulation of greenhouse gas reduction targets

 

Recommendations of key technological abatement measures

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Climate Policy Consulting

Modelling and assessment of economic impacts

Assessment of air pollution impacts

Elaboration of sustainable development strategies

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More than just Carbon

Definition of MRV strategy

System implementation

Reporting documents

 

Adjustments of existing MRV

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Monitor, Report, Verify

CLIMATE CHANGE

 

The international effort to prevent climate change began more than 25 years ago, but the need for a global response has never been more crucial. As underlined in COP 21 in Paris in 2015, the climate is changing faster than pace of global action, and mobilizing a stronger and more ambitious transition to a sustainable economy is urgently required for the world to stay on target to meet the 2-degree climate goal.

Everyone has a role to play in effectively implementing the Paris Agreement: governments, local authorities, industries, businesses and investors.

At EcoTraders we are committed to helping countries transition to a low-emission economy and comply with the Paris Agreement, while helping industries and companies to measure and manage their carbon emissions.