Amazonas Commercial Association – ACA Announces Support for Tero Carbon.
It is with great satisfaction that Tero Carbon announces that it has just received yet another institutional support, now from the Amazonas Commercial Association – ACA. The association, focused on defending the interests of the commercial class of Amazonas, understands that the same attention given to the role of forests and agribusiness in the state of Amazonas regarding global climate change, must also be considered the potential that the state has to become becomes the main export base for a new commodity, Carbon Credit, giving rise to the advent of a new economic matrix, on a global scale.
For this reason, in a letter of support, the ACA expressed its public support for the Digital Asset Certifier Tero Carbon.
Read the full support letter (in Portuguese):
About Amazonas Commercial Association – ACA
The Amazonas Commercial Association – ACA is a non-profit organization founded in 1871 (152 years) and its activities are mainly focused on defending the interests of the commercial class in Amazonas. It is a pioneering institution in defending the Amazon economy and the region’s potential.
About Tero Carbon
Tero Carbon is a digital certifier of carbon credits and stocks. Created in Manaus, in 2022, the company uses exclusive methodologies, focused on the Brazilian reality and which follow the technical guidelines of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), in addition to being the first in the segment with genuinely Amazonian DNA. Its technical staff has more than 15 years of experience in developing forest carbon projects in the Amazon, with expertise in the region’s logistics and social aspects of traditional communities. The certifier uses blockchain technology to provide security, reliability and traceability to the environmental asset certification process and has the support of renowned institutions in the sector, including: Business Incubator of the National Institute of Amazon Research (IE-INPA) , an entity linked to the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, the National Federation of Industries of the State of the Amazon (FIEAM) and the venture builder VB92 Launch Hub.