Green Xchange available projects

Project developed in support of the UN Paris Agreement on climate change and the UN Sustainable Development Goals!

Project Name Standard Project Type Status Verified Implementation Location Details
Project no 1 name
Forestry, Agriculture and other land uses
The Danube Delta
Project no 2 name
Biodiversity Conservation
The Danube Delta
Project Info

Carbon certificates have a unique registration number and are subtracted from the total amount of certificates available for your chosen project. More certificates can NOT be issued than the total amount of each project allows!

Green Xchange Certification Registry

ID Project Name Offset operator Project Type Status AFOLU activities Estimated annual emission reductions Location Methodology Project registration date
Project no
ARBDD Tulcea
Reforestation, Biodiversity Conservation
The Danube Delta
AFOLU is an international acronym that refers to the type of activities that an offset project contains:
  • Afforestation, Reforestation and Revegetation (ARR)
  • Agriculture Land Management (ALM)
  • Improved Forest Management (IFM)
  • Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD)
  • Wetland Restoration and Conservation (WRC)

ACM0010 Methodology for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions
The ACM0010 methodology is part of the UNFCCC’s Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and focuses on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. This is particularly applicable in the agricultural sector and has the main aim of reducing methane emissions.
Goal: Reducing methane emissions through efficient and sustainable methods.
This methodology helps generate carbon credits and contributes to climate change efforts.

For the calculation of carbon credits from afforestation and biodiversity conservation projects, the calculation methodology may vary according to specific standards and protocols. In general, these methodologies take into account the following aspects:

Biomass Estimation: Estimate the amount of biomass (especially stored carbon) that will be accumulated by the planted trees during their lifetime. This is often done by using biomass coefficients and conversion factors specific to tree species and growing conditions.

Carbon Absorption Rate: The rate at which planted trees will absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere is calculated. This depends on the tree species, age, climate and soil quality.

Baseline and Reference Scenarios: The estimated carbon stocks are compared to a reference or “baseline” scenario. This could be the current state of the land or a hypothetical scenario where afforestation does not occur.

Project Lifetime: Considers the lifetime of the afforestation project, which can influence the total amount of carbon sequestered.

Risk Factors and Uncertainty: Risk factors, such as forest fires, diseases, illegal deforestation, which may affect the amount of carbon sequestered, are taken into account.

Biodiversity Benefits: Although harder to quantify in terms of carbon credits, biodiversity conservation or enhancement can be an important additional benefit of afforestation projects.

Standards and Protocols: There are several international standards, such as the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS), Gold Standard, and Climate, Community & Biodiversity Standards (CCBS), which provide detailed guidelines for calculating and verifying carbon credits in afforestation projects.

Verification and Certification: After carbon credits are calculated, projects often undergo a verification and certification process by an independent third party to ensure their accuracy and credibility.