Introducing the Carbon Action Playbook

Your Guide to a Robust Carbon Procurement Strategy

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Amidst an escalating climate crisis, urgent action is imperative to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The 2015 Paris Agreement underscores the need for global efforts to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050, emphasizing the vital role of both public and private sectors. The Voluntary Carbon Market (VCM) has emerged as a crucial tool, empowering companies to fund essential carbon reduction and removal projects, yet it can be difficult to navigate, given the evolving landscape and the absence of standardized guidance.

Enter 3Degrees’ Carbon Action Playbook — a comprehensive framework born out of our own internal carbon principles. This playbook translates our guiding principles into actionable steps for companies eager to integrate carbon credits into their decarbonization strategies. Drawing from various third-party NGO action frameworks and market guidance, our playbook provides a clear and practical roadmap for navigating the VCM. Download our guide to help in your sustainability journey.

Dive into the Playbook

The role of carbon credits
in a climate strategy

Learn how to shape a comprehensive climate strategy for your organization, discovering the pivotal role carbon credits play in achieving global sustainability goals. Uncover the immediate benefits of carbon credits in mitigating emissions and engaging climate-conscious stakeholders, with valuable insights drawn from recent findings.

Deciding which carbon
credits to purchase

By leveraging third-party recommendations, including the Oxford Principles, you will Discover effective carbon procurement strategies, understand the balance between carbon removals and emissions reductions, navigate carbon credit standards, and ensure robust due diligence to make informed, quality-driven procurement decisions.

Making credible
carbon credit claims

Understand the importance of establishing credible carbon credit claims by prioritizing accuracy and transparency, and adopting a strategic communication approach that emphasizes contributions to global climate change mitigation efforts, aligning with emerging industry standards for best practices.