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Proba's system of assurance: ensuring quality and trust in carbon finance.

Trust and transparency are at the core of Proba's System of Assurance. Our certificate platform ensures traceability from on-the-ground sustainability efforts to the lifespan of carbon credits. 

Our Assurance Standards

Our system of assurance is built on a foundation of internationally recognized standards, ensuring our platform's credibility and reliability:
  • ISO 14064 - Greenhouse Gases: This standard is integral to our platform as it provides the framework for quantifying, monitoring, reporting and verifying greenhouse gas emissions and removals. By adhering to ISO 14064, we ensure that the carbon reduction, removal and avoidance efforts and the resulting carbon credits generated through Proba are accurate, consistent, transparent, and in line with international best practices.

  • ISO 22095 - Chain of Custody: A framework that standardizes chain of custody implementation, defines protected characteristics, imposes requirements on commercial parties, and outlines different models for supply chain actors

  • ICROA and ICVCM: At Proba, we are dedicated to upholding the highest standards for carbon certificates. Our stringent quality criteria guarantee that each certificate represents a genuine and verifiable reduction or removal of CO2e. The ICROA Code of Best Practice and the Core Carbon Principles of the Integrity Council for the Voluntary Carbon Market serve as independent governing bodies for the voluntary carbon market. These bodies establish and enforce global benchmarks, drawing upon the most advanced science and expertise available, to ensure that only top-quality carbon credits make it to the market. 

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A Trustworthy and Credible Alternative

With Proba, you can trust in the quality and reliability of your carbon credit certificates, knowing they are backed by globally recognized standards.

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