Carbon

Our projects help reduce greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and realise carbon credits

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) forms the bulk of greenhouse gases that are emitted into the atmosphere by human activity. These are predominantly due to usage of fossil fuels such as oil, coal and natural gas. Reduction of carbon emissions are critical to achieve the UN SDG goal of limiting global temperature rise within 1.5 degrees.

CCX works with businesses, communities and farmers to diversify income streams and integrate sustainable alternatives into existing operations through emission offsets. Our work helps reducing the greenhouse gases into the atmosphere and realise carbon credits. Our projects help businesses and communities be more productive while also being environmentally friendly.

Our services

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Solutions for Carbon

We undertake several projects that reduce carbon emission and realise carbon credits.

Why us

Understanding of carbon: CCX consultants have an indepth understanding of the environment, carbon emissions and the carbon exchange market

Small size, huge impact: unlike the big four consulting companies, CCX is manned by a handful of experts who give focus and energy to any engagement they are working on.

Flexible approach: no matter where you are in your sustainability journey, we have the expertise and experience to contribute positively to your outcomes. Our size and approach enable us to deliver insights and strategies that are just right for your business.

Focused on you: when you work with large-sized consulting companies, you worry about how you fit in them. But at CCX, we work to ensure that we are the right fit for you, irrespective of your size.

On-field experience: all of our consultants and experts have boots-on-the-ground experience in managing field projects at various scales and around the globe. Be it carbon trading or civil engineering tasks, our consultants have been there – that makes us best suited to offer you insights and strategic inputs.