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We searched for Carbon Credits at Visual Capitalist.

Today is Saturday, September 30, 2023.

Every now and then we see some impressive information (in English) plotted in elaborated graphical visualization from the Visual Capitalist, right ?

One of these days we got this one "Tracking Antarctica Sea Ice Loss in 2023".

Content is focused on markets, technology, energy, and the global economy and at the end of each year they share their Top 22 (by the way, subscribe to Carbon Credit Markets to start receiving in your email our weekly Top 3).

You probably saw some of them.

(quote) Every day, the world creates 2.5 quintillion bytes of data – but as you can imagine, sifting through all of this to find the good data is the challenge ... the vast majority of our graphics rely on the many quality public sources of data available. These include government entities (for example U.S. Census data, etc.), intergovernmental organizations (IMF, World Bank, etc.), or established thought leaders in their respective sectors (think tanks, non-profits, corporations). We lean towards using these types of sources because publicly available data is verifiable, accessible, and transparent. Lastly, it’s worth noting that we believe that how data is communicated is just as important as where it comes from. This is why we focus on using the power of visual content (unquote).

So, Carbon Credit Markets thought, what about if we search ourselves for "Carbon Credits" in the portal Visual Capitalist?

There are several great visualisations (mind that they can change overtime, data dynamics). Here a few:

- Accelerating a Net-Zero Future with Carbon Credits;

- Why the Demand for Carbon Credits Is Bright;

- A Complete Visual Guide to Carbon Markets;

- Financing a Net-Zero Future with Carbon Credit Streaming;

- Global Carbon Markets: Highlights from the Latest Report.

Click at the image below to do the same.

And further explore.

By the way, you can subscribe for free, with your email, to receive their updates.


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“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.”

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Madame Marie Curie (1867 - 1934) Chemist & physicist. French, born Polish.

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