Statistics of Voluntary Carbon Offsets in 2020


What does the voluntary carbon offsets market really look like? Here are some key statistics of the voluntary carbon offsets in 2020 with The Open Offsets Directory, using data from the Berkeley Carbon Trading Project. Offsets Issued and Retired by Year First, let’s take a look at the big trends: total amount of voluntary offsets […]

A Decentralized, Open Source Solution for Voluntary Carbon Offsets


The voluntary carbon offsets market is a critical part of our solution for climate change. It is a global marketplace where companies and individuals could invest in climate solutions that are vetted by independent standards organizations, and its very existence testifies both to a deep commitment to climate action and a potential to link finance […]

Tutorial: Building an Ethereum dApp using React.js, web3Modal, ethers, HardHat

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Background This tutorial explains how to build a complete Ethereum dApp using React.js, web3Modal, ethers, and Hardhat. The dApp we built here is an open source carbon emissions trading application in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that cause climate change. In this dApp, emissions auditors can issue tokens of emissions to individuals and organizations, who could […]

Article on Tagging Published in Haystack Connect

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If you’re working with energy efficiency, you’ve probably long realized how important tagging your data is. We’ve certainly seen that in our recent project for a major municipality’s building portfolio. To help them tag all the data coming out of their buildings, we’ve built features for creating and maintaing tagging rules. Now you can use […]

From ERP to Smart Energy

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A few years ago, we reached an inflection point with opentaps. We would look back and feel a sense of pride in what we’ve built — a feature-rich, commercial-grade ERP and CRM system that was used by companies big and small around the world. But when we looked ahead, there was also a strong feeling […]