What are plastic credits and how can they help?
Plastic credits, also known as plastic offsets, are a market-based mechanism to incentivise and finance the reduction and removal of plastic waste from the environment.
Pathways for accelerating decarbonisation
Businesses are the major contributors to national GHG emissions. In order to meet domestic climate goals, companies must decarbonise their operations.
7 popular Green Financing instruments you need to know about
Green Financing refers to financial products and services that support environmentally sustainable projects and initiatives.
Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for Plastic Waste in India
Under Extended Producer Responsibiliy, producers are responsible for the end-of-life management of their products and packaging, which includes collection, transportation, recycling, and disposal, to promote a more sustainable and circular economy.
India’s Dry Waste Management Conundrum: Challenges and Opportunities
India’s current policy and regulatory landscape for waste management provides a forward-thinking, actionable framework with scientific waste management as the guiding principle. In our previous
Decoding Waste Management in India
There’s a widespread recognition of the idea that managing waste properly is essential for building sustainable and livable cities, yet waste management remains a challenge
Pre-seed Round: Belief capital to support our mission
The two big challenges all companies face when they start fundraising is finding investors who believe in the mission and then ensuring they invest with
The Neufin Story
It’s not often that an opportunity comes along that has the potential to engage you for a generation. A desire to do something meaningful with
An Introduction to Carbon Offsets
Carbon offsets are tradable rights or certificates allowing a person or an entity to fund projects that fight climate change instead of taking direct action to lower their own carbon emissions.
Preparing for the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM)
The ability to accurately and credibly calculate emissions is key to avoid paying higher duties under CBAM, especially for businesses with cleaner production processes.
Impact of Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) on Indian Industry
The Indian iron and steel industry may be subject to a 12% carbon border tax if production continues business as usual. As the scope of CBAM expands in the future, several industries will be forced to rethink operations and move towards decarbonisation.
Understanding the European Union’s Carbon Border Tax
By levying a carbon tax on imports tied to emissions, the EU’s intent is clear – make it less expensive for companies to adopt decarbonising
Energy Conservation Amendment Bill 2022 & Regulations on Carbon Markets
The lower house of the Indian parliament passed The Energy Conservation (EC) Bill 2022 on 8 August as an amendment to the Energy Conservation Act