carbon credit

A unit representing a one tonne of CO2 climate benefit. Carbon credits can either be an avoided emission / emission reduction carbon credit, or a removal carbon credit. If “offsetting” is the verb (the act of compensating for emissions), “carbon credit” is the noun (the unit of account). Carbon credits can be used in other contexts that are not offsetting.

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