The Isometric Registry records verified credits that represent removals of atmospheric carbon dioxide which satisfy the latest version of the Isometric Standard. The Isometric Standard lists the requirements that ensure delivered tonnes have measurable climate impact.
Credited tonnes must be durable, additional, and calculated using the latest scientific techniques. These tonnes must also include a scientifically robust uncertainty quantification.
Isometric coordinates data curation, quantification and verification necessary to issue credits on the Isometric Registry. All data, calculations and evidence associated with credits are publicly available and anonymized where there is sensitive business information inherent to the data. The Isometric Registry is designed for voluntary buyers focused on high durability removals, not offsets or emission reductions.
This Isometric Standard sets out the duties and obligations of stakeholders in relation to the Isometric Registry. Its purpose is also to provide for a consistent and predictable experience for all parties engaging with the Isometric Registry.