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22Sep

CARBON OFFSETTING: What you need to know to take action against climate change

The first step to taking action is to reduce your climate impact as much as possible, but often some emissions are just unavoidable.

Purchasing high quality carbon credits is an effective way to take accountability for these unavoidable emissions and to contribute to the transition to a low-carbon economy. But it can seem complex and leads to many questions from why offset, to making the right choices to ensure credibility, through to more practical advice such as how to purchase credits.

27Feb

Gold Standard is member of NDC Partnership

The NDC Partnership is a global coalition of countries and institutions collaborating to drive transformational climate action through sustainable development based Nationally Determined Contributions (or NDCs) – each country's strategy to cut its own greenhouse gas emissions and build resiliency against the negative effects of a changing climate.
 

02Dec

REPORT: Navigating Blockchain and Climate Action - 2019 State and Trends

In this second edition, CLI takes stock of the current state and trends of using blockchain technology for climate action, including emerging success stories, bottlenecks and crunch issues regarding digitizing MRV.

15Nov

Swoop partners with Gold Standard

Gold Standard is pleased to partner with Swoop, a Bristol-based agency that specialises in travel to Antarctica, Patagonia and the Arctic, helping close to 3000 customers discover the ends of the earth each year.

14Oct

Gold Standard becomes newest associate member of ISEAL

Gold Standard is the first climate-centric standard to reach this status, joining a growing number of initiatives that are driving positive social and environmental change across multiple sectors.

07Oct

Sustainable Brands New Metrics

Leadership in Goal-Setting around Scope 3 Climate Targets and Circularity

Tuesday 19 November 2019 from 13:30 to 15:00 

29Jul

UN Climate Summit 2019 (COP25)

As announced by the UNFCCC Secretariat, COP 25 will now take place from 02-13 December in Madrid. Gold Standard will be there to participate in a broad range of events from envisioning the voluntary carbon market post-2020 to advocating for sustainable development in Article 6 and more broadly, to how digitalization and disruptive technologies can provide the greatest positive impact to climate action.

01Jul

Discerning Offsetting: The Right Projects Can Take You from Carbon-Neutral to Climate+

By making informed decisions on carbon credit selection, you can go beyond simply being carbon neutral to Climate+

What difference can carbon offsetting make for the planet, its people and your sustainability objectives? The answer is — a lot. But choice matters: Depending on which carbon credits you select, you may simply be compensating for your carbon footprint or — on the other end of the spectrum — helping drive development in vulnerable communities around the world.

01Jul

Climate Week NYC

Gold Standard will be in New York for Climate Week, participating in a number of events including the UN Secretary General's 2019 Climate Action Summit and a corporate-focused workshop. 

09Apr

R20 Austrian World Summit

Gold Standard will participate in a panel discussion on "Sustainable Infrastructure & Blended Finance” during breakout session on 29 May 2019, exploring the opportunities and constraints of financing medium-sized sustainable infrastructure projects with a focus on qualifying and quantifying the untapped market and its SDG potential.

Panelists include: