Carbon Credit-Opportunity for Indian Companies.

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Abstract...................................................................................2 Executive summary..........................................................................................3 Introduction............................................................................4 {text:list-item} Regulations & mechanism......................................................5 3.1 .Joint Implementations (JT........................................................5 3.2. Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)...................................5 3.3. International Emissions Trading (IET)......................................5 4.1CDM Projects in India..................................................................6 Scope for Indian companies.......................................................6 Conclusion..................................................................................8 References.................................................................................8 ABSTRACT:

INDTRODUCTION:
CONTENTS:
We are going to present following issues.
CONCEPT & REGULATOR The concept of carbon credits. How it came to existence
Its mechanism
Kyoto protocol
Certified emission reduction
INDIAN SCENERIO ABOUT CARBON TRADING AND OPPORUTINITIES FOR INDIAN COMPNIES. Emerging carbon credit market in India Enormous opportunities for the Indian companies.
India, as one of the leading generators of CERs through CDM EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: In 1997, Kyoto Protocol, a voluntary treaty was signed by 141 countries to reduce the emissions of Global House Gases by 5.2% below 1990 levels by 2012. Certified Emissions Reductions (CER) or Carbon credits are certificates issued certifying reduction in emissions. These certificates can be traded in the market and purchased by firms which find purchasing emission credits to offset...
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