Source: Globo Rural
Author: Globo Rural newsroom
Image: Globo Rural
"Companies that emit harmful gases can acquire green bonds in compensation. Trees sequester carbon from the atmosphere." Reported by Globo Rural.
"Companies that emit harmful gases into the atmosphere can offset their pollution by acquiring green bonds, thus generating carbon credits. This negotiation is done in the so-called carbon market. The money used in this exchange goes to the conservation of public or private forests.
The excess of harmful gases in the atmosphere is one of the causes of global warming. Growing plants remove carbon from the atmosphere, thus reducing the impact of industries, agriculture, cars, and households."
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