Greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction projects must reduce emissions or increase sequestration of GHGs in a manner that is real, permanent, verifiable and additional. Additionality is a concept from international GHG project accounting principles that requires a project activity is additional to “business as usual” and would not have occurred in the absence of an incentive provided by a GHG offsets market.
GHG reduction projects registered on the Reserve must be verified by an independent third party as adhering to criteria established in the Reserve project protocols. After a project has been positively verified and approved by the Reserve, it is officially registered on the Reserve and issued offset credits known as Climate Reserve Tonnes (CRTs).
To open an account with the Climate Action Reserve, please visit:
To register a project with the Climate Action Reserve, please visit:
For more information about projects registered on the Reserve and the transaction of credits, please visit:
Map updated on July 6, 2018