The Amazonas Commercial Association – ACA 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 the main export base for Carbon Credits, thus expressing support for Tero Carbon.
TERO.004 – Carbon Stock in Agrosilvopastoral System is an Agriculture, Forests and Land Use (AFOLU) methodology, in this first version, aimed at the cultivation of Coffee throughout the Brazilian territory. The methodology provides for the generation of Verified Carbon Credit (by Removal), represented by one ton of carbon dioxide equivalent (tCO2e). The project’s commitment period is unlimited, that is, its closing date can be defined later by communicating it to the certifier and the market.
Today the TERO.003 – Carbon Stock in Forests Methodology, Version 1.0, was launched. Now, after the public consultation period and review of the comments arising from it, it is ready to receive projects.
Today we are pleased to announce the first certification carried out by Tero Carbon. The Aruanã Project, in addition to being certified based on the TERO.001 – REDD+ methodology, was verified, generating environmental assets (verified carbon credits).
It is with great satisfaction that Tero Carbon announces a significant strategic partnership with the Business Incubator of the National Amazon Research Institute (INPA). This collaboration marks a joint commitment to preservation and sustainable development in the Amazon region, aiming to boost enterprises that seek harmony between economic growth and environmental conservation.
TERO.004 – Carbon Stock in Agrosilvopastoral System is an innovative methodology that in this first version is focused primarily on Coffee cultivation throughout the Brazilian biome. It aims to generate two environmental assets: Verified Carbon Stock and Verified Carbon Credit, both equivalent to one ton of carbon dioxide (tCO2e).