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The Main portfolio from gitti GmbH holds 3 projects with a climate action of 2,111 tCO₂e, of which 0% remove carbon from the atmosphere.

Portfolio highlights

Avoidance

Brazil

Unitor REDD+ Project

Ecosystem conservation

Verra

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Avoidance

Germany

Climate and Biodiversity Protection: GHG Reductions from Regenerative Agriculture

Other land use and soils

ISO 14064

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Avoidance

Indonesia

Katingan Peatland Restoration and Conservation Project

Ecosystem conservation

Verra

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Portfolio co-benefits

Portfolio support of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

The following SDGs are supported by this portfolio.

4.7%

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SDG - 2

Zero Hunger

50.1%

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SDG - 3

Good Health and Well-being

50.1%

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SDG - 4

Quality Education

45.3%

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SDG - 5

Gender Equality

50.1%

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SDG - 6

Clean Water and Sanitation

4.7%

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SDG - 12

Responsible Consumption and Production

50.1%

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SDG - 13

Climate Action

4.7%

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SDG - 14

Life Below Water

50.1%

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SDG - 15

Life on Land

Portfolio regions

Locations of supported climate action.

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Mitigating climate action is a global challenge, and projects can be found in almost every country. The global South and East dominate nature-based projects, while the North is focused on newer carbon removal technologies.

Top countries in this portfolio:

Brazil

1,054t

Indonesia

957t

Germany

100t

Project types

Overview of mitigation approaches.

Ecosystem conservation

2,011t

Other land use and soils

100t

CEEZER harmonized the various mitigation strategies into easy to understand categories based on their focus, technology and application area.

0%

Carbon removal.

Removal projects focus on drawing down and storing carbon from the atmosphere.

100%

Avoided emissions.

These projects focus on avoiding the release of further greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions

Carbon credits

Retirements & commitments.

Retired credits (t)

2,011

Committed credits (t)

100

2,011t CO₂e of carbon credits in this portfolio have already been retired. These credits cannot be traded anymore and are accounted for specific compensation activities. They additionally committed to 100t CO₂e of carbon credits, which will be retired in the future. These commitments are crucial to scale voluntary climate action, as they provide revenue security to project developers.

Credit commitments:

Oxford Categories

Breakdown of mitigation type and permanence.

The Oxford Categories help build effective and net zero aligned carbon portfolios, by balancing the different permanencies of mitigation activities, to increase the share of longer permanence.

0%

Oxford Cat. 1

Avoided emission or reduction without storage.

95.3%

Oxford Cat. 2

Emission reduction with short-lived storage.

4.7%

Oxford Cat. 3

Emission reduction with long-lived storage.

0%

Oxford Cat. 4

Carbon removal with short-lived storage.

0%

Oxford Cat. 5

Carbon removal with long-lived storage.

0%

Not applicable

Projects outside of the Oxford Categories.

Registries

Carbon credit certifiers.

Registries are independent international bodies that govern the voluntary carbon market through their certification standards and carbon credit issuance.

Portfolio projects

Unitor REDD+ Project

Project developerCarbonext Tecnologia em Solucoes Ambientais LTDA

Katingan Peatland Restoration and Conservation Project

Project developerCEEZER TradeCo GmbH (Resell Credits)

Climate and Biodiversity Protection: GHG Reductions from Regenerative Agriculture

Project developerKlim GmbH

Retired carbon credits shown in this climate portfolio are verified. Portfolios might contain: (a) future credits (commitments), that will be verified once the retirement becomes available; (b) credits that were not purchased through the CEEZER marketplace, and therefore did not undergo our quality screening; (c) credits that originate from registries that we do not support.

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