Increase of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is an ever challenging concern to mitigate global climate change. Governments and corporations across the world have introduced innovative strategies to reduce steadily rising GHG emissions. Some of these strategies are carbon taxes, energy efficiency strategies, command and control policies and market-based pollution trading mechanisms. This review highlighted the concept of carbon cap and trade program, GHG emission from compost, mitigation strategies, and carbon credit opportunities in the developing countries.
Key words: Compost, carbon credits, greenhouse gas (GHG), waste management.
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