Carbon Credits





ClimeCo’s roots are in the carbon market, developing and commercializing projects to generate high-quality global carbon offsets.

Voluntary Carbon Market

Beginning with the development of N2O abatement projects in 2010 and acquiring several composting projects, ClimeCo now reduces millions of tonnes of CO2e emissions annually. We actively invest in various global voluntary projects and maintain a diverse portfolio of offsets to meet our customers’ volume, project, and geographical diversification needs. A dedicated team and numerous global partners make ClimeCo a trusted source for voluntary carbon offsets and renewable energy commodities.

Regulated Carbon Market

ClimeCo actively participates in regulated markets across North America, from cap-and-trade to hybrid market designs. Our mission remains the same throughout these variable and complex programs: to help clients minimize their compliance obligations and capitalize on unique market opportunities where available. ClimeCo is an expert in the following programs:

  • The Western Climate Initiative (WCI) joint cap-and-trade program in California and Quebec
  • Alberta’s Technology Innovation and Emission Reduction (TIER) regulation
  • Carbon pricing jurisdictions across Canada, such as the Federal OBPS, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan
  • The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI)

Environmental Credit Solutions

Renewable Energy

We offer Green-e®, RECs, GoOs (GO), I-RECs, and TIGRs

Regional Emission Reduction

We offer ERCs, NOx, VOC, CO, PM, Offsets, and Sewer

Plastic Credits

Solving the worlds plastic waste crisis that offer global social benefits

Heritage Sustainability Investments and ClimeCo Provide Capital to Restore the Earth Foundation

Heritage Sustainability Investments, LLC, a subsidiary of The Heritage Group and affiliate of Heritage Environmental Services, LLC, (collectively, Heritage), and ClimeCo joined together to provide capital to Restore the Earth Foundation, Inc. (Restore the Earth) to provide for the native trees and planting for the reforestation of 4,000 acres of the Pointe-aux-Chenes Wildlife Management Area in Louisiana.

Heritage Interactive Services and ClimeCo Partner with NCAA and Indiana Sports Corp to Make March Madness Carbon Neutral

Heritage Interactive Services, a subsidiary of Heritage Environmental Services (collectively, Heritage), and ClimeCo announced that they are teaming up to contribute offsets to mitigate the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship carbon footprint.

Demystifying Carbon Offsets With Dan Linsky (DWYCFTP)

ClimeCo’s Vice President of Voluntary Markets, Dan Linsky, was featured on Nicole Pamani’s web series #DWYCFTP (Do What You Can For The People). Nicole publishes new episodes weekly on Wednesdays and focuses on sustainability, self-care, social issues, and solopreneurship.

ClimeCo Enters Strategic Partnership with Restore the Earth Foundation

ClimeCo, a leader in the development and management of environmental commodities, is pleased to announce the formation of a strategic partnership with Restore the Earth Foundation, Inc. (Restore the Earth), a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization whose mission is to advance landscape-scale reforestation in the Mississippi River Basin, “North America’s Amazon.”

Third Eye Blind Mitigates Upcoming Summer Tour with ClimeCo

ClimeCo is excited to announce that they will be working with Third Eye Blind to voluntarily mitigate the carbon emissions of their 2019 Summer Gods Tour.  The tour will begin on June 14th in Los Angeles and end on August 3rd in Irvine, CA.  The tour will also include Jimmy Eat World and Ra Ra Riot as show openers.

ClimeCo Involved in the First California Carbon Offset Futures Transaction

ClimeCo Corporation is pleased to announce that on April 7, 2019, they participated in the first trade of the new California Carbon Offset futures contract (CCO Contract) that was listed by the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE).  The CCO Contract provides critical price clarity and hedging capabilities to entities involved with offset credits in the California Cap and Trade program.

The Need for Trees

When we talk about all the ways to combat greenhouse gasses, one method that is gaining a lot of attention recently is reforestation.  Not only does reforestation help sequester future carbon, but it provides many additional benefits for surrounding communities that make reforestation a win/win type of project.