What Is CarbonEco (c0)?
Throughout human history they have pursued greater health, safety, and prosperity. That pursuit led to innovations that also had unintended consequences on the Earth’s climate and the sustainability of life. Fortunately that same ingenuity and human spirit can develop innovative
alternatives to prevent and mitigate the worst outcomes of climate change. It took 58 years to develop a robust polio vaccine. It took closer to one year to begin mass vaccinations for the 2019 corona virus.
It took two hundred years to affect the Earth’s climate. This generation has twelve to fifteen years to save Earth. CarbonEco is the modern carbon offsets market to prevent and mitigate the worst outcomes of climate change.Your voluntary carbon offsets market uses a distributed ledger to establish and manage a budget for carbon dioxide (CO2). They do this through Ethereum’s immutable blockchain and the non fungible token (NFT) ERC-1155 standard.
CarbonEco expresses science, policy, and morality unconstrained greenhouse gases alter global temperatures affecting your climate and the sustainability of life. CarbonEco expects that markets can shape half of the desired behavior and outcomes. The market’s potential budget for carbon dioxide is 208 megatons.
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CarbonEco establishes value for behaviors
CarbonEco believe decarbonization and conservation create constraints on greenhouse gases and they deserve a value. In time an egalitarian marketplace can put a price on metric tons of carbon dioxide. The value on the absorption, avoidance, offsetting, and sequestration of
carbon dioxide should reward volume, efficacy, timeliness, provability, and cover transaction costs.
CarbonEco recognizes scarcity in time
There is a deadline by when our behaviors need to affect unconstrained greenhouse gases. CarbonEco accepts the consensus that the people of Earth have twelve to fifteen years to affect unconstrained greenhouse gases. Scarcity contributes to value and time is the most valuable variable in this ecological equation. CarbonEco NFTs have i) a total circulation based on scientific consensus; ii) a four and one third year expiry (limit on durability) to promote pragmatic action; and iii) a Gaussian distribution schedule.
CarbonEco rewards pragmatism and action
CarbonEco believe successful behaviors warrant greater value, and inaction loses value. Technology, behavior, and other innovations that absorb, avoid, offset, or sequester greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide can appreciably price the value of their effects. Their value should be recognized i) in the volumetric efficiency of their methods; ii) in the provability of their claims, and iii) in the time value of their investments. Because the origination value of the NFTs increase monthly there is an inflationary incentive to act sooner. People and organizations that do not act will always pay a higher price to offset their inaction tomorrow.
CarbonEco protects all life
CarbonEco believe officialdom must tithe to un officialdom ensuring value for non state peoples, original peoples, and all the kingdoms of life. Carbon accepts the consensus that the initial budget for carbon dioxide should include a principle of fairness. This budget for carbon dioxide should be divided among the official nation states, as these are the organizing mechanism for humans and ecosystems. Carbon has deducted 10% of the global budget for carbon dioxide among nation states and sets it aside to be distributed pari passu among non-state/original peoples, animals, plants, and other kingdoms of life.
The basis for a marketplace
In 1990 the United States and other countries recognized that sulfur dioxide was a leading contributor to acid rain. Unlike chlorofluorocarbons, which were only produced by a small number of manufacturers that could be regulated, sulfur dioxide was widely integrated throughout industry. CarbonEco The Clean Air Act of 1990 used a $250 million sulfur dioxide cap and trade market to influence industry to adopt different technology. The figures below show the 1989-91 and 2017-19 era deposits of wet sulfate (sulfuric acid).1 CarbonEco believes that a similar marketplace for carbon dioxide could have benefits on constraining greenhouse gases.