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A video of how Dorights works
Reduce global emissionsWe make climate action easy - as it should be. Researchers, reports, international bodies and local weather all urge us to reduce our emissions. Dorights have found an efficient, transparent and honest way to achieve negative emissions, without complicating life's puzzle. Join us in balancing the climate.
Emission allowancesThe core of Dorights' reduction efforts is Emission Allowances (EUAs). They are a EU policy tool and large industries have to submit one EUA for each tonne of CO2 they emit. By purchasing EUAs we reduce the amount available to companies and force them to change faster. Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, has vowed to double down and intensify the system behind EUAs, which Dorights greatly appreciates.
Carbon capture and storageEmission Allowances (EUAs) are traded on an exchange and can be easily sold. This enables Dorights to look for other projects that have an even greater potential than EUAs. These projects have to reduce emissions in a verifiable way, have a long-term prospect and be transparent in all aspects A type of project of interest are carbon capture and storage (CCS) systems. They are well understood and in need of financial support. A CCS systems captures CO2 and forces it back into the ground, where it the stays. Which is pretty amazing, we think.
Compound interestMost other services are odd. They take your money and give it away to profit generating projects. Dorights won't do that. If any project we support generate revenue we will make sure we get a fair share. We will then take that money and add it to your subscriptions to further increase the impact. That's smart. We are also transparent with everything, so we won't secretly own any project through offshore holdings, smart.
Our CalculationsAll calculations are based on the impact of emission allowances and our detailed money flow. From these we calculate how much money there is to purchase emission allowances for and how much these allowances represent in mitigated emissions.