United Nations: "Climate change refers to long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns. These shifts may be natural, but since the 1800s, human activities have been the main driver of climate change, primarily due to the burning of fossil fuels (like coal, oil and gas) that produce heat-trapping gases."

202 countries have agreed to reduce CO2 emissions and defined plans and policies in order to achieve these and other Sustainable Development Goals. (SDGs). The mechanism defined by the United Nations to offset CO2 emissions is called ‘Carbon Credits’. Each tonne of CO2 emitted can be offset by 1 tonne of CO2 that is removed from or prevented from entering the atmosphere. 

Before the world has become ‘Net zero’’, which means that there are no longer any CO2 emissions entering the atmosphere, the carbon credit mechanism enables us to make a lasting impact on our climate and prevent the earth temperature from rising.

GreenCarbonTrade is established to help farmers sell their carbon credits to businesses and consumers at a fair price. Our offering only comprises certified carbon credits, which have been inspected and validated by us.

How it works;

Step 1:  Calculate your CO2/carbon emissions by using our GreenCarbon Calculator, or select a project and number of carbon credits without calculating your emissions.

Step 2:  Select one or more projects under Carbon Credits.

Step 3:  Add carbon credits to the cart and pay at check out. You will receive a confirmation and an invoice by email.

Step 4:  You will receive the certificate and the Inspection & Validation statement by email. 


 Maurice, Edwin & Peter discussing irrigation and elevation at Bokdanki, Croatia.

Peter, Edwin and Maurice discussing irrigation for Bamboo