Recent Transportation Trends Are Worth Paying Attention to

By Pianpian Wang A few months ago, I wrote an article regarding some strategies that help reduce the shipping industry’s carbon emissions. Back then, I projected that some moves might be taken to mitigate carbon impact from shipping. It is noted that shipping emissions also matters to many businesses outside the shipping industry, such as […]

Value of Carbon Market Update 2020

By Reed Shapiro In February of 2019, my colleague, Pianpian Wang, penned an article that discussed how carbon gets priced around the world, in both the compliance and voluntary carbon markets. Pianpian’s article focuses on the origins of price dynamics in both compliance trading systems, and voluntary measures. Just a year and a half later, […]

Extreme Weather Events- What’s Next?

By Shannon Mora “Thousands forced to evacuate as California fires blase across the state”. “100,000 evacuated as waters reach giant Chinese Buddha statue”. “Two dead and hundreds of thousands without power after wind storm battles the Midwest.” “New South Wales, Australia weather: Flooding eases on south coast but many residents yet to return home”. These […]

No Climate Action, No Money

By Pianpian Wang A recent report shows that North American companies lead in reporting on carbon emissions, but not in implementing action. For a long time, there has been no pressing motivation or incentive for businesses to engage in concrete agendas to reduce their carbon emissions. However, this situation is changing. BlackRock, one of the […]

Tired of Watching the Climate Change from the Sidelines?

By Reed Shapiro Last week, a consumer who was trying to decide whether or not to buy their dogs’ food from Only Natural Pet (which sells over 40 carbon-neutral products through our Carbon Neutral Checkout®) called Carbon Credit Capital (CCC)’s mainline to gather more information about the validity and thoroughness of Only Natural Pet’s carbon […]

Planetary Health is Human Health

By Shannon Mora As the world continues to navigate our recovery stage for the COVID-19 crisis, it is the government’s responsibility to plan and develop programs that will restore a healthy economy without compromising a healthy environment. In a previous article, Sustainability After COVID-19, I discuss the benefits of shelter in place policies indirectly had […]

An Approach to Engage Environmental Protection and Social Equality at the Same Time

By Pianpian Wang The Black Lives Matter movement has been the primary focus for several weeks and the current discussion has been extended to environmental injustice that many people of color are suffering due to racial inequality. The extended discussion is unavoidable. Resources, particularly natural resources, contribute to economic development. While people of color have […]

Navigating a Way Forward in a Society Splintered by Racial Discord

By Reed Shapiro, on behalf of the CCC Team These past few weeks of civic unrest in the United States in the wake of George Floyd’s murder have brought a critical moment in history to our doorstep. Peaceful protests and violent riots alike have reignited a sense of urgency in addressing the fact that non-white […]

Sustainability After COVID19

By Shannon Mora The key to keeping hope alive is to view arduous circumstances through a lens of positivity. COVID-19 has certainly caused a lot of pain, frustration, anxiety, and sadness. However, during this crisis we have also seen inspiring evidence of compassion, communities unifying to serve the vulnerable, families connecting more than ever, creativity […]

SA Expeditions Partners with Carbon Credit Capital to Offer Carbon Neutral Tours

New York, NY Carbon Credit Capital (“CCC”) is pleased to expand its partnerships with the welcome of SA Expeditions (SA)—which provides tailor-made, once in a lifetime adventures throughout the Americas – into the Carbon Neutral Checkout® program as a carbon-neutral travel booking service. SA Expeditions is run by a network of travel professionals from a […]