CarbonStore Business Brochure

We are delighted to bring you a comprehensive guide on how businesses can offset their residual carbon emissions by harnessing the multiple benefits of planting trees in the UK.

What Exactly is CO₂e?

In practice, there are seven greenhouse gases (GHG) which the Kyoto Protocol identified as contributing to global warming. Carbon Dioxide (CO₂) is the most prevalent, accounting for 80% of GHG emissions.

Woodland Carbon Update – Sept 2021

The Number of Registered Projects Rises Steeply As a fast-evolving industry, the market for woodland carbon continues to be influenced by passing, but significant, winds. As we have noted before, interest in the Woodland Carbon Code has expanded dramatically; demand for PIUs and WCUs has increased but the number of woodlands registered with the Code […]

Webinar: Helping Sustainability Specialists Meet Net-Zero

Why Woodland Creation Should Be Part of Your Carbon Reduction Strategy as a sustainability manager or analyst

A Carbon Source, Sink and Store: Explaining Soil Carbon

A Carbon Source, Sink and Store There is a lot of confusion surrounding terms such as ‘carbon sink’, ‘carbon store’ and ‘carbon source’. This article gets clear on carbon.

Making Carbon our Business

CarbonStore is delighted to welcome Michael Fagbohungbe to both the Tilhill and CarbonStore team. His appointment means that the Company can really dig deep into the business of carbon, starting by assessing its own ambitions towards Net Zero as well as reinforcing the CarbonStore team by providing his expert knowledge in carbon offsetting. Michael holds […]

10 Reasons Why Companies Choose CarbonStore as a Trusted Partner for Carbon Offsetting

CarbonStore presents 10 very important reasons as number one choice for carbon offsetting

Woodland Carbon Update – July 2021

Exploring a fair price for carbon transactions for woodland owner and Selco Builders'Warehouse. Looking at recent pricing trends.

New Report Examines Bog Breathing to Monitor Peatland Restoration

The report released on #BogDay used satellite technology to look at how these bogs breathe" and how it could help build a better picture of peatland conditions in Scotland.

Carbon Sequestration – The Basics

Carbon sequestration describes the process in which carbon dioxide (CO₂) is removed from the atmosphere and subsequently stored through biological, chemical, or physical processes.

CarbonStore Business Brochure

28 October 2022

CarbonStore has just launched its new Business Brochure. We are delighted to bring you a comprehensive guide on how businesses can offset their residual carbon emissions by harnessing the multiple benefits of planting trees in the UK.

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Pending Issuance Unit: A promise to deliver a Woodland Carbon Unit during a given period, based on the trees’ predicted growth Woodland Carbon Unit: A ton of carbon dioxide which has been sequestered in a scheme verified under the Woodland Carbon Code