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INDORE, India, June 5, 2018/PRNewswire/ --
- On 5th June, occasion of World Environment day, Carbon Credits will be provided
- A sincere effort to reduce Carbon Emission during the movements/travel of National Leaders
- 5 Carbon Credits will be presented to the respected dignitaries/VIPs
- India to host the 'World Environment Day' for the first time
On June 5th, the 'World Environment Day', EnKing International who are working to help Clean Energy producer & Energy Efficient Companies, have started a campaign as a mark of respect to protect to the environment. In this campaign, 5 Carbon Credits will be presented to premier dignitaries on this day. Carbon Credit is an authority (permit) to the nation or institute for emission of Carbon in a particular restricted quantity and in case of a surplus it can be traded.
Detailing more in the matter Mr. Manish Dabkara, MD EnKing International, stated, "Global warming and changes in seasons is a matter of concern for the entire world. All developing or developed nations are committed to reduce the Green House Gases (GHG) emissions under Kyoto Protocol and subsequent Paris Agreement. One of the easy way to reduce emissions is to buy Carbon Credits which is very common at industrialized nations, it will help Emission Reduction projects to get fast return on investment and so many similar projects may come up."
The prime objective of EnKing International is to resolve the issue related to global warming by helping GHG mitigation projects like Wind, Solar, Hydro, Biomass, Energy Efficiency etc. to get Carbon Credits issued from United Nations and sell it into Carbon Markets.
One among the many such efforts by EnKing International, it has launched a new campaign called 'The Green Initiative'. The aim of this campaign is to highlight the issue of carbon emission/global warming, narrate the impact of everyday human activities on the environment and spread awareness about protecting the environment using elementary measures by organizations. EnKing International wants to draw the attention of Indians towards how the environment can be saved and made better with slight modifications in routine.
Keeping the major environmental concern of global warming in mind, EnKing International is presenting carbon credits on the World Environment Day on June 5th, 2018. This is the first occasion when the World Environment Day is being hosted in India. Thus as a token of celebration, EnKing International is gifting 5 carbon credits to prominent Indian dignitaries in order to part neutralize year 2018 Annual Travel Emissions. Mr. Manish Dabkara, said, "Carbon Credit Cancellation certificates have been requested to United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) located at Germany, to set off part emissions to happen due to travel of these politicians." He further added, "All national policies should be drafted in such a way that Carbon Footprint due to implementation of those policies should be very low or Carbon Neutral."
The list of dignitaries to receive these credits includes Hon'ble President, Vice President, Prime Minister, Ministers (in Central Government) and Chief Ministers of Indian states.
About EnKing International:
EnKing International helps Clean Energy producer & Energy Efficient Companies to determine their Carbon (Air Emission) Footprint and sell their Carbon Credits to earn additional revenue stream. EnKing International is India's largest Carbon Credit project developer and supplier. EKI also helps private and government organizations to implement ISO and ZED standards, it has client base of 800+ at 40+ countries. To know more visit us at http://www.enkingint.org.
Media Contact: Manish Dabkara [email protected] +91-9907534900 EKI Energy Services Limited
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