Sunday, July 22, 2012

Carbon Credit Investment in Africa Nears Official Certification


Preserve rain forests
We have recently heard some good news regarding our carbon credit investment in Sierra Leone, Africa. The African carbon credit investment is in rain forest in Sierra Leone.  According to the partner who will actually handle the accreditation process, the credits are close to being approved under the Kyoto compliance regime.

The partner - a subsidiary of J.P. Morgan - is the leader in sourcing and developing Certified Emission Reduction (CER) projects credits through the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) applied to emission reduction projects in developing countries which deliver real and measurable emission reductions.  Carbon credits are traded on an international environmental trading platforms.  On current projections, each hectare will produce 400 credits, which at the current price would be worth approximately £2,800.  Given that the investment cost per hectare is only £2,800, the possibility for returns over 100% exist.


Please feel free to contact us at info@greenworldbvi.com if you are interested to learn more about our carbon credit investment in Africa.


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