One Carbon aims to help companies by providing market access to the voluntary carbon market. One Carbon was initiated in 2021 to unleash the potential of carbon offset projects and promote a healthier and more sustainable planet for future generations to inherit.


As your reliable partner in trading emission reductions, One Carbon provides you with access to the voluntary carbon market.

We work with internationally recognized standards and are experienced in efficiently trading Certified Emission Reductions (CERs) and Verified Emission Reductions (VERs) on the carbon market. The One Carbon team navigates the ever-changing carbon market and harmonize the process of buying and selling offsets from well-established emission reduction projects for your company, in a safe and secure manner. We provide you with fair valuation of the carbon market and enable your company to safely reduce or remove GHG emissions from the environment.

Certified Emission Reductions (CERs) are credits from emission reduction projects under the Clean Development Mechanism of the Kyoto Protocol. These credits can be traded and used by industrialized countries to meet their emission targets and are also available for use on the voluntary carbon market for voluntary cancellations.

Verified Emission Reductions (VERs) are credits available only to the voluntary carbon market. The associated emission reduction projects are checked and verified by independent standards.

We trust in the following standards
We trust in standards which allow us to focus on trustworthy, transparent and traceable amounts of carbon being avoided or removed, while also demonstrating Environmental and Social Safeguard Standards outlined by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).



The Verified Carbon Standard is the largest standard in the voluntary carbon offset market which allows all project types and focuses on forest protection and land-use projects.


The Gold Standard is established by more than 80 NGOs, including WWF. It is a community-focused standard accepting all project types excluding forest protection. It focuses on renewable energy projects, and energy-efficiency projects like clean cookstoves and drinking water.


The Global Carbon Council program is a standard based on the Clean Development Mechanism, also focusing on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to demonstrate Environmental and Social Sustainable Safeguard Standards.