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Global Carbon Credits Ltd


From The Office of Ross Garrick, Managing Director, Global Carbon Credits Ltd.

Our Vision: Educate and energize our clients, to take up the challenge of improving N.Z's environment, for future generations.

In response to recent media attention on the topic of Carbon Credits and the New Zealand Emission Trading Scheme. We at Global Carbon Credits Ltd. (G.C.C) would like to make it known that we have already signed contracts with landowners in N.Z. to assess, manage and market the carbon offset potential of their land.

Also G.C.C has been contracted by a variety of business to measure their carbon footprint and plan the offsetting of their emissions through "carbon sink" projects or the purchase of Carbon Credits.

In addition, G.C.C is working with Trade and Enterprise NZ, to deliver education and information seminars about the Emissions Trading Scheme, and its benefits or impacts.

Unlike other players moving into the New Zealand Emissions Market, we are a New Zealand owned company, with a genuine interest in preserving New Zealand’s climate and eco-system for future generations.

The partnership between business and landowners is essential to N.Z's success in meeting our emission targets, set down and agreed to in the Kyoto Protocol. We work with landowners to implement management programs that allow for maximising their carbon sink potential, and with business through assessment and strategies to try and reduce their emissions.

All New Zealander's will soon be living with the reality of the Emission Trading Scheme. We need to move fast and 'catch the buzz' before the government regrets leaving our Kyoto Accord obligations in private hands, and starts imposing widespread carbon taxes.

For more information, details of our services, and links to official New Zealand Government fact sheets, our Website is


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