Moss offsetting examples

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Gol is Brazil’s largest airline with 20 milion passengers per year and has the world’s fifth largest Boeing fleet.

Now Gol passengers can offset their flight carbon emissions with Moss!

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celo e moss

Celo is a global payment system on blockchain

Celo has partnered with Moss in three ways:

  • Offsetting network usage emissions
  • Listing the Moss carbon credit on its network
  • Buying Moss carbon credits for its reserve

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One of the largest digital asset managers in the world

One River has offset its NYSE-listed Bitcoin fund emissions with Moss.

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Climate

We unite companies and people with a common objective: to combat climate change.

Tech

We simplify the offsetting process and guarantee the traceability and transparency of everything we do by using blockchain technology.

Solutions

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For you

Our routine impacts the planet daily. Our transportation, food, consumption, and energy use all emit greenhouse gases and contribute to global warming. Do your part by offsetting your carbon footprint.

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For your business

Sustainability and climate issues are no longer just an abstract, future concern. Consumers are demanding that their favorite brands act on climate change.

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Amazon Forest NFT

We have tokenized governance and economic rights to small forest areas into NFTs. You can now buy an Amazon NFT through Moss and protect your own piece of the forest.

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MCO2 token

We have incorporated carbon credits into the MCO2 token, listed on some of the largest global exchanges.

Clients

Clients that are changing the
world with Moss

projetos

Where does the money for carbon credits go?

We have selected the most reputable environmental projects that aim to reduce or prevent the emission of greenhouse gases, a step against climate change.

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Preservation of Native Forests / Deforestation Prevention (REDD+)

These are projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions by conserving large areas of forested land and preventing forest degradation. These projects also help to preserve local fauna, flora, and water resources. They generate jobs for local communities through monitoring, patrolling, and sustainable forest management.

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Reforestation and Natural Regeneration

Projects that sequester greenhouse gases from the atmosphere through reforestation with native species. In addition, they help rebuild local biodiversity, increase green areas and create ecological corridors, help to maintain water resources, and generate jobs for the local community.

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Credits Generated by Carbon Sequestration

Sustainable agriculture captures significant amounts of carbon from the atmosphere into the soil. We work with projects that promote sustainable agriculture via agroforestry systems or reduced use of chemical fertilization, thus reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

01.1_santamaria

This project aims to preserve the native forest and its biodiversity, in addition to providing social development around the property.
It started in 2009 and intends to reduce greenhouse gas emissions equaling 26,489,628 tCO2e over 30 years.

77 thousand hectares, an area equivalent to New York City     Colniza, northern Mato Grosso
Certifications: VCS + SOCIALCARBON
01.1_madre_de_dios

This project’s main advantage is its support of local indigenous communities. The objective is to empower them and improve their income through sustainable activities.
It started in 2009 and aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions equaling 25,072,135 tCO2e over 38 years (2009-2046).

99 thousand hectares, an area the size of Berlin     Tahuamanu, Peru
Certifications: VCS + CCB Gold
01.1_agrocortex

The project unites environmental conservation through forest management in the Amazon with social responsibility and economic development in the region. Duration: 30 years (2014 – 2044). Objective: Reduce emissions of 14,507,808 tons of CO2e.

186 thousand hectares, equivalent to the size of São Paulo     Manuel Urbano, Pauini, and Boca do Acre, between the states of Acre and Amazonas
Certifications: VCS, SocialCarbon and FSC®. 100% of carbon credit sales are reinvested in the project
01.1_ituxi

This project seeks to develop sustainable management practices and avoid deforestation, boosting the capacity of the local community that depends on the forest through the cultivation of açaí and nuts.
Started in 2013, with an estimated duration of 30 years. In 2015, a reduction of 1,181,732 tCO2 of greenhouse gas emissions was estimated.

150,000 hectares, an area the size of Mexico City     Lábrea City, in the state of Amazonas, one of the places with the highest documented deforestation rates in Brazil
Certifications: VCS
santa-maria-galery-mobile

This project aims to preserve the native forest and its biodiversity, in addition to providing social development around the property. It started in 2009 and intends to reduce greenhouse gas emissions equaling 26,489,628 tCO2e over 30 years.

77 thousand hectares, an area equivalent to New York City

Colniza, northern Mato Grosso

Certifications: VCS + SOCIALCARBON

madre-de-dios-galery-mobile

This project’s main advantage is its support of local indigenous communities. The objective is to empower them and improve their income through sustainable activities. It started in 2009 and aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions equaling 25,072,135 tCO2e over 38 years (2009-2046).

99 thousand hectares, an area the size of Berlin

Tahuamanu, Peru

Certifications: VCS + CCB Gold

agro-cortext-galery-mobile

The project unites environmental conservation through forest management in the Amazon with social responsibility and economic development in the region. Duration: 30 years (2014 – 2044). Objective: Reduce emissions of 14,507,808 tons of CO2e.

186 thousand hectares, equivalent to the size of São Paulo

Manuel Urbano, Pauini, and Boca do Acre, between the states of Acre and Amazonas

Certifications: VCS, SocialCarbon and FSC®. 100% of carbon credit sales are reinvested in the project

agro-cortext-galery-mobile

This project seeks to develop sustainable management practices and avoid deforestation, boosting the capacity of the local community that depends on the forest through the cultivation of açaí and nuts. Started in 2013, with an estimated duration of 30 years. In 2015, a reduction of 1,181,732 tCO2 of greenhouse gas emissions was estimated.

150,000 hectares, an area the size of Mexico City

Lábrea City, in the state of Amazonas, one of the places with the highest documented deforestation rates in Brazil

Certifications: VCS

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