Carbon Streaming has pioneered the use of streaming transactions, a proven and flexible funding model, to scale high-integrity carbon credit projects to advance global climate action and additional United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. This approach aligns the organisation’s strategic interests with those of project partners to create long-term relationships built on a shared commitment to sustainability and accountability and positions Carbon Streaming as a trusted source for buyers seeking high-quality carbon credits.

About Carbon Streaming

Carbon Streaming is a Canadian public company (NEO:NETZ) (OTCQB:OFSTF) (FSE:M2Q) that aims to accelerate a net-zero future. The Company’s focus is on projects that have a positive impact on the environment, local communities, and biodiversity, in addition to their carbon reduction or removal potential. Carbon Streaming has carbon credit streams and royalties related to over 20 projects around the world, including projects involving nature-based solutions, the distribution of fuel-efficient cookstoves and water filtration devices, waste avoidance and energy efficiency, agricultural methane avoidance and biochar carbon removal.

More information about Carbon Streaming can be found on their website here.

About ICROA Accreditation Programme

The ICROA Accreditation Programme defines and promotes best practice in the financing of high-quality emissions reductions and use of carbon credits as an effective carbon management tool. The Programme is open to all organisations who provide a carbon offsetting service. Participation requires an annual independent audit to assure compliance to the ICROA Code of Best Practice. ICROA Accredited organisations may use the ICROA Accreditation Label.

The ICROA Accreditation Label

The ICROA Accreditation Label represents adherence to ICROA’s Code of Best Practice and therefore, the highest environmental integrity and quality in the VCM. The Label certifies that the company is compliant with the ICROA Code through an annual cycle of third-party audits.