An Analysis Of The Effects Of Green Business Activities, With An Emphasis On Carbon Credit Accounting


  • Dr. Namrata Prakesh
  • Mr. Monu Bhardwaj
  • Anuj Singh


Carbon Credit, Green House Gases, Kyoto Protocol, UNFCC, Financial Instrument.


Globally, carbon emissions are one of the challenging problems. A science known as carbon accounting emerged as a result of the problem, which led to multiple laws and programmes being implemented by various nations to combat pollution brought on by carbon release. Any marketable certificate or authorization that indicates the right to release one tonne of CO2 or the corresponding quantity of some other greenhouse gas is referred to as a "carbon credit" in this context. Utilizing carbon trading and credits is a component of federal and worldwide efforts to limit the rise of greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs). One tonne of carbon dioxide, or one CO2 corresponding gas in some trades, is identical to one carbon credit. One approach to implement the release market plan is through carbon trading. After a ceiling on greenhouse gas emission, mechanisms are employed to distribute the Outflow among the
group of controlled sources. Toxins are waste products that pollute the air, water, or soil. In order to account for the removal of contaminants that a corporation would have otherwise released into the environment on a cumulative basis, it is customary to declare both the origin and the plunge in the gas emissions and toxins state. The chemical makeup, concentration, and persistence of a pollutant are the three determinants of its severity. Some contaminants are biodegradable; thus, they won't last as long in the environment.




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Dr. Namrata Prakesh, Mr. Monu Bhardwaj, & Anuj Singh. (2023). An Analysis Of The Effects Of Green Business Activities, With An Emphasis On Carbon Credit Accounting. Elementary Education Online, 20(4), 3820–3829. Retrieved from




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