Go Beyond


It is time for us to rise above the challenges we face as businesses, individuals, and communities and go beyond the basics. Sure, the challenges we face alone are intimidating, complicated, and even confusing, so let’s partner together so we can make a difference today for a better world tomorrow. 

At ClimeCo, we ensure our global clients have the smart solutions it takes to be responsible businesses in a green economy. We have advisors that will help break down the complicated and make it understandable and manageable. We are committed to taking our clients beyond the basic goals they see their competitors seek to reach and helping them be the leaders who set the standards that others strive to follow.

We also understand the importance of setting an example for honest and transparent reporting of our environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance. In 2022, we produced our first external Impact Report on ClimeCo’s efforts regarding human capital, economics, and governance. We have also recently published a 4-part editorial series on Transparency In Developing Carbon Credits to help explain how carbon credits are created, what makes a high-quality credit, and how we can make a difference today.


We invite you to see what unique and creative solutions ClimeCo has to offer and how a partnership with us can get you on the right quest to reach the goals you never knew were possible to reach.

ESG Advisory

Expert advisory solutions that are tailored to the industry and ESG priorities of our clients


Project Development

Our projects find a sustainable balance with markets and the environment


Environmental Credits

Global leader in development and transactions of environmental credits

ClimeCo operates at the forefront of an exciting transformation as businesses, governments and environmental advocates recognize that environmental markets are the most efficient way to address environmental challenges. Supporting the success of clients engaged in these markets, while encouraging new practices and technologies, is our core mission.

 William FlederbachPresident & CEO

Navigating ESG Challenges in the Fashion Industry

Kaitlyn Allen welcomes Cynthia Power, Founder of Molte Volte, a company specializing in circular apparel. Listen as they discuss how fashion circularity positively impacts the industry and our planet, driving job creation and customer loyalty. 

ClimeCo Impact Report 2022

Our 2022 Impact Report assesses our impact and performance in environmental sustainability, social responsibility, and corporate governance and is organized into four pillars – Planet, People, Governance, and Prosperity.

ClimeCo’s Advisory Service for The Blue Standard by Oceanic Global

ClimeCo is excited to announce our advisory service that helps clients obtain Blue Standard Verification. The Blue Standard by Oceanic Global is awarded to organizations that eliminate single-use plastics and implement “Blue Actions,” defined by Oceanic Global as suggested best practices for comprehensive sustainable operations. 

Offset Pricing Monthly Market Digest – October 2023

CA and General Market Commentary: Issuances of CCOs in October totaled 743,161. Issuances YTD in 2023 are lower than YTD 2022 by 0.3% and lag YTD 2021 by 28.7%.

ClimeCo Assists Development of First-Ever Low-Carbon Cement Protocol

ClimeCo, a leading global sustainability company, is pleased to have participated in the development process of the Climate Action Reserve’s (CAR) new U.S. Low-Carbon Cement Protocol.

ClimeCo’s Updated Product Certification Protocol Is Open for Public Comment

ClimeCo announced today that the draft of its newly updated Product Certification Protocol, formerly called the Carbonfree Product Certification Protocol, is open for public comment and feedback for a period of 30 days, from Nov. 1, 2023 to Nov. 30, 2023. 

Achieving Corporate Sustainability & Operational Goals With Renewable Energy

Our first blog post highlighted the benefits of using renewable electricity to achieve corporate decarbonization goals. However, companies are also using renewable electricity to achieve operational, financial, and ESG goals beyond decarbonization. 

From Voluntary to Compliance: California’s Groundbreaking Climate Disclosure Bills

On October 7, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed two landmark climate disclosure laws: Senate Bill 253 and Senate Bill 261. 

Dan Nugent Joins ClimeCo as Vice President of Industrial Innovations & Government Affairs

A highly influential leader in the cement production industry, Nugent brings more than 35 years of experience in environmental compliance and sustainability and a passion for continuous improvement to his new role.

Key Updates in Verra’s VCS Standard Version 4.5

Verra, a Voluntary Carbon Market (VCM) registry, released a major update to its Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) program. The update represents the most considerable change to the VCS program in several years, and we have summarized three of the most significant updates. 

ClimeCo Expands Presence in Singapore with the Hire of Anna Stablum

ClimeCo, a global leader in decarbonization and environmental solutions, announces the expansion of its presence in Singapore with the hire of Anna Stablum, Business Development Director. Stablum is a Permanent Resident of Singapore and brings extensive experience in sales and origination of environmental commodities.

Check the Pixels, but Don’t Lose Sight of the Big Picture

Voluntary efforts to decarbonize and restore our planet have recently been negatively scrutinized in the media. At the same time, society has observed an incredible number of extreme climate-related events this summer. Awareness of climate change is higher than ever, yet many media articles continue to attack voluntary action, one of the only tools currently being applied to fight climate change. 

Our Takeaways From Bloomberg’s “Why All Carbon Credits Aren’t Created Equal”

The voluntary carbon market (VCM) has slowed somewhat recently due to a variety of factors, from world events and interest rates to market uncertainty and increasing media scrutiny. That said, we believe that thoughtful action through the VCM plays a critical role in mitigating much of the damage being done to the environment.