Environment & Carbon Markets

Environmental marketing

We offer current and historical environmental risk management information, environmental market research and analysis, newsletters, conferences, and state-of-the-art interactive mapping. Our environmental site assessments cover industrial, commercial, institutional and residential facilities.

Environmental Risk Management

Digital transfer to a secure Internet-based central data source automates the report you can immediately access from just about anywhere for review with a client or another reviewer. This kind of portability eliminates hours of production and administrative support time increasing your firm’s productivity.

Our Renewable Energy and Solar Energy Resources facts and information services extend to the following: Renewable Energy / Solar Energy Resources and Equipment, Including: Solar Cells / Photovoltaic Panels, Solar Driven Absorption Cooling Machine, Solar Heating Products, Solar Water Heaters for homes, swimming pools and commercial use, Air Conditioning Systems, and energy efficient building components.

To provide a clean and healty world for our children we need to use sources that are renewable and do not deplete with use, such as solar and wind power, or energy can be replenished, such as those that use agricultural waste or other material.We hope with this site to bring you information on solar panels, solar energy in the use of solar in pools,homes and calculators.

Carbon Marketing

Because of increasing concern about global climate change and carbon emissions as a causal factor, many companies and organizations are pursuing “carbon footprint” projects to estimate their own contributions to global climate change. Protocol definitions from carbon registries help organizations analyze their footprints. The scope of these protocols varies but generally suggests estimating only direct emissions and emissions from purchased energy, with less focus on supply chain emissions. In contrast, approaches based on comprehensive environmental life-cycle assessment methods are available to track total emissions across the entire supply chain, and experience suggests that following narrowly defined estimation protocols will generally lead to large underestimates of carbon emissions for providing products and services. Direct emissions from an industry are, on average, only 14% of the total supply chain carbon emissions (often called Tier 1 emissions), and direct emissions plus industry energy inputs are, on average, only 26% of the total supply chain emissions (often called Tier 1 and 2 emissions). Without a full knowledge of their footprints, firms will be unable to pursue the most cost-effective carbon mitigation strategies. We suggest that firms use the screening-level analysis described here to set the bounds of their footprinting strategy to ensure that they do not ignore large sources of environmental effects across their supply chains. Such information can help firms pursue carbon and environmental emission mitigation projects not only within their own plants but also across their supply chain.

The global carbon fund market, which invests in emissions offset credits from clean energy projects in developing countries, has risen by 63 percent to nearly $13 billion so far in 2008, environmental market analysts said on Thursday.

As the whole team is based offshore, the client and Infinity Ventures designate one senior member each as the main point of contact. These designated contacts serve Project Managers and co-ordinate day to day functioning of the assignmentAlthough strong, the carbon fund market's growth was outpaced by the overall carbon emissions market which, according to the World Bank, more than doubled between 2006 and 2007 to $64 billion, Environmental Finance magazine said in its 2008/09 Carbon Funds Directory.

"Looming uncertainty over the shape of the global carbon markets after 2012 (and) the effects of the credit crunch ... are contributing to a slowing down of new capital joining the carbon market," Environmental Finance said in a statement.

The global carbon markets are poised to double in value again to more than $100 billion in 2008, according to market observers.