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Who We Are

GCC - Who we are

The Global Carbon Council (GCC) is the first international carbon credit and sustainable development program, based in the Global South. It was established (as Global Carbon Trust) by the Gulf Organization for Research and Development (GORD) in 2016.

The GCC Program contributes to a more sustainable and low-carbon future, by registering high-quality projects from around the world that have demonstrated their additionality in the reduction or removal of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions, while ensuring that project construction and operations do not cause any net-harm to the environment and society.


We are pioneers
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To register projects achieving additional greenhouse gas emission reductions and removals, and to certify their output, thus allowing them for participation in the global carbon market.

Public Consultation

Public consultations support the GCC in making transparent and informed discussions. Various comments and feedback we receive from numerous and committed stakeholders allow us to make evidence-based decisions.

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GCC receives projects from the entire world

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GCC & UN SDGs Labelling

Sectoral Scopes

Projects registered under GCC contribute to achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations (UN).

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)