Protecting the future

Emission reduction projects

Emission reduction projects are a public or private initiative to diminish the effect of greenhouse gases (GHG) in the atmosphere through the implementation of any activity that avoids, reduces, or sequesters GHG from the environment.

We work with companies, project developers and landowners to implement emissions reduction projects, supporting the development of offsetting, insetting and in-house reduction initiatives.

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We work with companies, project developers and landowners to implement emissions reduction projects, supporting the development of offsetting, insetting and in-house reduction initiatives.

We are a one-stop shop: the full carbon project cycle

Project development

Strive works with the project developers to take the project from idea to registration to commercialisation.

Project financing

Strive secures financing for the project and delivers MRV and operations oversight.

Commercialisation

Strive offers commercialisation agreements for organisations with expertise in developing carbon projects that are looking for a cost-effective route to market.

We can help you in financially supporting or developing emission reduction projects in multiple technologies and countries, for maximum environmental and social impact.

TYPE OF EMISSION REDUCTION PROJECTS

Agriculture, forestry and other land use

  • Afforestation, Reforestation and Revegetation
  • Agricultural Land Management
  • Improved Forest Management
  • Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation
  • Avoided Conversion of Grasslands and Shrublands
  • Wetlands Restoration and Conservation
  • Peatland Rewetting and Conservation

Renewable energy

  • Wind
  • Solar
  • Renewable energy
  • Hydroelectric
  • Biofuel
  • Geothermal
  • Biomass
  • Tidal

Energy efficiency

  • Transport modal shifting
  • Fuel switching
  • EE supply / demand side
  • Water filters
  • Cookstoves
  • Heaters

Waste to energy

  • Landfill gas
  • Agriculture / lifestock
  • Coal bed / mine methane
  • Methane recovery
  • Wastewater
  • Waste handling and disposal
  • Plastic waste recollection and recycling

New technologies and others

  • Blue carbon
  • Hydrofluorocarbons Mitigation
  • Nitrous oxide (N20)
  • Geological sequestration / carbon capture & storage

STANDARDS

FAQS

Why should private companies promote carbon mitigation projects?

Supporting the creation of a new carbon project allows companies to contribute to the financing of carbon reduction and/or removal operations while ensuring that project benefits are aligned with their company, value chain, or community. The certification of climate change mitigation activities is crucial to ensure the credibility and robustness of greenhouse gas emission reduction claims. These claims have an increasingly important place in carbon neutrality declarations.

What are AFOLU projects?

AFOLU projects focused on forest restoration plan their project activities in line with the lifetime of the trees to ensure the forest receives the care required for its current state. The carbon credits that these projects generate in turn help finance the activities required to maintain the forest’s health. However, they also help finance other benefits that such a project can bring. As mentioned before, forests provide us with vital resources and as such people living in AFOLU project areas often depend on these for their livelihood which makes forest restoration activities more complex then ‘just’ caring for the trees.

If you are interested in learning more, contact our project development and start a climate conversation