Part III: Where Carbon Offsets Originated and Why They Are More Important Now than Ever

We look at how forest carbon protocols are conservative and under-credit landowners.

Blog / 09 Jun 2021

Part II: Where Carbon Offsets Originated and Why They Are More Important Now than Ever

Part Two: Positive List Additionality. Learn why carbon offsets were created, where the market’s been, and what that means for recent criticism.

Blog / 07 Jun 2021

Carbon offsets originated as a way to address emissions in a cost effective manner
Part I: Where Carbon Offsets Originated and Why They Are More Important Now than Ever

Part One: The Early 2000s. Learn why carbon offsets were created, where the market’s been, and what that means for recent criticism.

Blog / 03 Jun 2021

Striking the Right Balance

How to Keep Institutional Knowledge Created while Heeding the Taskforce on Scaling Voluntary Carbon Markets Recommendations

Blog / 23 Mar 2021

Missing the Forest for the Trees – Part 2

A preference for removals could create perverse incentives that lead to immediate timber harvests and ring the death knell for avoided emission activities and their co-benefits

Blog / 22 Mar 2021

Missing the Forest for the Trees – Part 1

A preference for removals could create perverse incentives that lead to immediate timber harvests and ring the death knell for avoided emission activities and their co-benefits

Blog / 19 Mar 2021

Will the Science-Based Target Initiative’s Net Zero Criteria Squash Corporate Ambition to Reduce Emissions?

In the absence of federal action to limit greenhouse gases over the last four years, thousands of corporations, cities, regions, organizations, investors, and countries have made net zero, carbon neutral, and climate neutral pledges. Bluesource applauds these efforts while at the same time recognizing that there is a pressing need to define what qualifies for […]

Blog / 12 Mar 2021

Criteria for Voluntary Carbon Offset Purchases: Geography and Fit

Determining the preferred geography and fit of an offset purchase can help voluntary buyers narrow their options.

Blog / 25 Jan 2021

Criteria for Voluntary Carbon Offset Purchases: SDGs

Voluntary buyers can evaluate the co-benefits of carbon offset projects and determine if an investment in the projects supports internal ESG goals or other iniatives.

Blog / 17 Jan 2021

Criteria for Voluntary Carbon Offset Purchases: Price + Project Type

Price and project type are two intertwined criteria to be considered during an offset purchase. These criteria can be used to set boundaries and budgets for buyers.

Blog / 05 Jan 2021

Carbon Neutral Simplified

With a little information, we’ll connect you with the right expert on our team.

Just a heads up…

At the moment, we exclusively develop projects in the United States and Canada. You indicated that you’re located outside of our project focus area. For now, we’ll add you to our list of potential partners and you’ll be the first to hear when we expand outside of North America.

Want to know more?

We'd love to tell you more about our projects.