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EcoAid is an Arizona-based, international business that provides greenhouse gas emissions consulting, carbon market education and carbon offsets.


EcoAid provides consulting, education, and offset services. EcoAid manages greenhouse gas emissions for their clients.[1] Major retailers, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are creating requirements standards regarding Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting.


Major retailers, the SEC,[2] and the EPA[3] are demanding that organizations report their greenhouse gas emissions.[4]


EcoAid currently offers an online education program, the Carbon Professional School,[5] which teaches the science, policy and business aspects of the Carbon Market.

Offsets and verification[edit]

EcoAid provides carbon offsets from a variety of projects that have been verified through the Climate Action Reserve, the Voluntary Carbon Standard, or the Chicago Climate Exchange.


  1. ^ O'Grady,P: EcoAid LLC sees green in carbon offsets, Phoenix Business Journal, 2009.
  2. ^ U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission: SEC Issues Interpretive Guidance on Disclosure Related to Business or Legal Developments Regarding Climate Change, 2010.
  3. ^ U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program, 2010.
  4. ^ O'Grady,P: Carbon bill helps climate, hits business, Phoenix Business Journal, 2009.
  5. ^ EcoAid: Carbon Professional School

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