Sustainable Development Goals

Project Management for
Certification of Carbon Credits

Our projects contribute to climate mitigation by reducing GHG emissions certified through different international standards such as VCS, CCB, GS and CDM.

Currently, the most relevant projects are climate solutions based on nature, based mainly on protection, management and restoration of degraded or endangered ecosystems, with a focus on the Conservation and Regeneration of Forests through forest plantations of native species.

We trust in nature and the power of healthy ecosystems to protect people, optimize infrastructure and safeguard a sustainable future.

Nature-based solutions contribute to meeting the climate objective of the agreement signed at the Climate Change Summit in Paris and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, recovering the ecosystem services provided by nature, while at the same time prevent the limits of the plan from being exceeded net.

NIDEPORT identifies land management projects that generate positive net benefits for climate change mitigation, for local communities and for biodiversity, including projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation and forest degradation or from the avoided degradation of other ecosystems, and projects that remove carbon dioxide through carbon sequestration (for example: reforestation, afforestation, revegetation, forest restoration, and sustainable agriculture.

Our objective is to support projects aimed at small producers and communities that have great potential to generate multiple climate and development benefits towards areas where financing is most needed for sustainable development, the improvement of livelihoods, promoting the sustainable social and economic development of communities. Voluntary Carbon Credit Markets allow one ton of CO2e reduced anywhere in the world to correspond to one real, measurable, certified ton of CO2 generated from a project that contributes to sustainable development and can be freely traded.

The companies that seek this type of Credits are those that, due to legal provisions or commitments to climate change, need or wish to compensate for their respective polluting carbon footprints in order to be carbon neutral by 2030 or carbon negative by 2050.

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Projection of demand and price to 2030
Carbon Credits (Global market)

Global voluntary carbon credit Price projections – average over period 2020-2050 ($/tCO2, 2020 prices) Source: Report issued by Eco Securities

The International Monetary Fund issued a report calling for raising the current "minimum price" per ton of carbon, as the main tool for limiting greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. The IMF Board has also included this concept as an important item in its program for assessing the financial stability of countries.

The prices suggested by the IMF vary depending on the degree of development of the countries. Thus, it proposes USD 25 x t CO2 for low-income countries, USD 50 x t CO2 for high-income emerging economies and USD 75 x t CO2 for rich countries.
- June 2021