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Carbon Offsets for Environment-Friendly Businesses

April 01
17:22 2020
Carbon Offsets for Environment-Friendly Businesses
Tasman Environmental Markets is Australia’s largest carbon offsets and carbon credits provider. It enables businesses to set up environment-friendly systems that include technologies and processes.

According to announcements released by Tasman Environmental Market, the company helps businesses meet emission reduction goals and connects them to environment-conscious markets. As Australia’s largest carbon offsets provider, it offers a range of bespoke carbon offsetting solutions that enable businesses to reduce their carbon footprints sustainably. The company partners corporates that wish to manage risks associated with building and retiring carbon offsets. Risk types managed by TEM include counterparty risk, price risk, market risk, policy risk, and supplier risk.

According to sources, TEM is a B2B company specializing in helping businesses become carbon neutral by providing carbon offsets that link to incredible projects worldwide. TEM is managing carbon offset projects all over the world; these projects cover borewell drinking water, biomass electricity, ceramic water filters, commercial biogas, efficient cookstoves, geothermal electricity, household biogas, hydroelectricity, etc. These projects help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and provide communities with safe, clean drinking water; cleaner fuel; cheaper electricity from renewable resources; and also educate people about sustainable and environment-friendly manufacturing.

TEM also provides businesses with the BlueHalo digital platform, a plug and play carbon offset technology solution that enables customers of a given company to contribute to carbon offset programs. The platform supports bookings for flights, cruises, accommodation, events, freight, and vehicles. TEM has partnered with Qantas for the Qantas Future Development Program to create the most extensive global airline offset program that involves more than 30 corporates contributing to bringing down carbon emissions. 

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Elise of Tasman Environmental Markets said, “Our projects deliver the revegetation and protection of native forest, wetlands, and woodlands throughout the catchments of the Great Barrier Reef. The investments have flow-on impacts for reducing nutrient run-off, one of the contributing factors to the crown-of-thorn starfish outbreak across the Great Barrier Reef. Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory is prone to extreme, devastating wildfires that affect the landscape, people, plants, and animals. This project is owned exclusively by Aboriginal people with custodial responsibility for those parts of Arnhem Land under active bushfire management.

“In Vietnam, most energy needs are met by the burning of wood, sourced through the unsustainable logging of native forests. The National Biogas Program of Vietnam installs digesters that convert animal waste into biogas for cooking and lighting. This avoids carbon emissions while tackling the twin problems of dangerous cooking practices and untreated animal waste. The smoke from wood-fired stoves presents significant respiratory, heart, and eye problems. Clean biogas improves indoor air quality and saves an estimated 14 hours per week for women in collecting fuel, cooking, and cleaning.”

On the company’s expertise in transacting carbon offsets, Elise said, “TEM’s principals are specialists in global compliance and voluntary carbon markets, we can help you navigate carbon risk management and offset purchases and integrate sophisticated technology solutions. Our people, systems, and process deliver rigorous due diligence that ensures the integrity of every single offset we transact.”

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Company Name: Tasman Environmental Markets
Contact Person: Elise
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Phone: (03) 5977 1286
Address:1A Main St, Mornington
City: Melbourne
State: VIC 3931
Country: Australia