White Paper: Principles for best-practice digital verification

A contribution to the discussion on digital verification

Technology can be leveraged to drastically improve verification processes, reducing costs, time, complexity, and increasing the quality of outputs. This White Paper looks  at the implications of digitalization for the verification of GHG emission reductions or removals, presents and asses two promising blueprints for digital verification approaches and outlines principles for best-practice digital verification as way of contributing to ongoing conversations on the topic. 

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Discover two promising blueprints for digital verification, their implications on the roles of project participants and verifiers and more.

Presenting 2 promising blueprints

Two promising blueprints for digital verification approaches of carbon projects are presented and assessed. These blueprints explore the different roles of project participants and verifiers on the basis of two use cases that cover different complexities of project types and digitalization potentials.

Outlining a set of principles for best practice digital verification

Building on the assesment of the two blueprints and their discussion in two expert workshops, the paper outlines a set of principles for best practice digital verification as way of contributing to the ongoing discussion on this topic.