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Between the private capital market, agriculture and forestry, industry, private end consumers and environmental policy. 

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CO2 certificate

The short-term goal is to set up our own CO2 compensation standard/label supported by politicians and associations and an associated CO2 certificate trading without having to meet EU regulatory requirements (improved voluntary trading).

Procedure for the short-term goal:

Pilot project for Bavaria

(State election 2023)

Opportunities and risks of own            Platform marketing

Addressing industry, commercial & service providers, but also from private households

Expansion into the DACH / EU region


As a long-term goal, this standard should penetrate the regulated commitment market of the Kyoto system. However, this requires a solid political foundation.

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Principles of certificate trading

Trading in climate certificates takes place on two different levels.


Firstly, at the state level within the framework of the Kyoto Protocol. Trading in emissions rights at this level is referred to as a “regulated market” because it is controlled and controlled by a United Nations authority. Climate protection projects that want to sell certificates at this level must be recognized by this authority. Such projects generate certificates that are part of a country's official emissions register. These certificates are called CERs (Certified Emission Reduction Units) in English.


The second level is the so-called “voluntary market” outside the Kyoto system. The emission reductions achieved here cannot be sold or purchased as part of official emissions trading. The quality standards of the United Nations therefore do not apply here. Basically, anyone can start a climate protection project and issue the donors a certificate or certificate. The certificates in this market are therefore simply referred to as VERs (Verified Emission Reduction Units). The emission reductions are only verified and not certified.

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