ACc quest for
carbon credits

A carbon credit is given to one unit of one ton of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e). The retirement of the carbon credit is considered the final phase of its lifecycle as they become offsets. Achieving carbon credits is possible through investing in our offsetting projects that avoid or remove CO2 from the atmosphere. ACC provides high quality verified carbon credits from voluntary projects in 12 Least Developed Countries (LDC) in Western Africa.

Burkina Faso
Guinea Bissau

Sierra Leone


Internationally recognized principles

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ACC offsetting projects adhere strictly to internationally recognized principles and follow a technical assessment certified by global third parties. We aim to deliver reduction or removal of GHG emissions and sustainable development benefits, conform to social, economic, and safeguarding principles, and include local communities’ engagement, and empower women and children.

wood collection

ACC offsetting projects fall within two categories

Avoidance or reduction of carbon

ACC ensures the prevention or reduction of carbon releases into the atmosphere through its preserving biomass projects in Africa.

Removal or sequestration of carbon

ACC ensures the removal of carbon from the atmosphere through reforestation projects in Africa.

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High quality carbon credits

We can precisely estimate the carbon reductions and constantly assess and monitor our project’s results and benefits.

We guarantee measurable, certified, tangible results and long-term benefits with our carbon credits.

Our carbon offsetting projects generate high-level carbon credits and offer co-benefits that go beyond carbon reduction or removal from biodiversity, social, economic, and educational value.

ACC guarantees that all projects are following five carbon credits principles


No projects without revenue from carbon credits.


Monitored, reported, and verified by global third parties.


No reversal actions to carbon reduction or removal.


Calculations according to scientific data and methodologies.

Leakage avoidance

Control emissions from leaking elsewhere.