What does permanence mean for carbon credits?

Below you will find all the questions about Carbon Credits certification, what you need and need to know, and all the steps to get the certification.

The project must provide evidence that carbon removal or avoidance will persist for a minimum of 100 years, and the project results will not be reversed.

Under the Riverse Standard Rules, projects must demonstrate a commitment period supported by credible scientific and technical sources, as well as an assessment of potential factors that could lead to the reversal of carbon sequestration and their probability.

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