Setting up a carbon project is a complex task. Not only do you have to comply with a 250 page methodology, which is enshrined in law, but there are many steps to both completing and maintaining a project which can be verified by an auditor. Without verification, credits will not be issued. This typically raises the level of paperwork required and Carbon Link will provide the systems and software to take most of the pain out of the process.
Apart from the actual requirements, the whole project information must be kept intact for up to 50 years, which may be beyond the current ownership of the land, even though the project may continue. With our partners, Carbon Link is developing strategies for managing carbon loss risk over the life of the project.