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Last Updated on: 28th September 2020, 03:20 am

Carbon credits pertains to the right to emit a certain volume of greenhouse gases. The current measure is that one ton of C02 (or C02 equivalent gases) is equal to one carbon credit. To encourage businesses and companies to minimize their emission of greenhouse gases, they can exchange, buy, and sell carbon credits in the international market.

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