Copenhagen Accord, also known as the Copenhagen Climate Agreement, was reached at the 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Carbon credits are a type of permit that represent one tonne of carbon dioxide removed from the atmosphere. They can be purchased by an individual or company to make up for carbon dioxide emissions that come from industrial production, delivery vehicles, or travel. Carbon credits are one way to offset your carbon footprint and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The social cost of carbon (SCCO2) is a crucial indicator of the level of urgency for taking climate action that calculates the economic cost of greenhouse gas emissions to society. Expressed in US dollars per tonne of carbon dioxide, estimates currently vary greatly between $10 to $1,000. However, when taking more robust climate science and …