Recent Projects
Intro to SCC

A team meeting was held with Governor Ridwan Kamil in Chicago following Indonesia's successful hosting of the 2022 G20 summit. Governor Kamil
("Kang Emil") is widely regarded as one of the greatest world leaders of our time. During the meeting, we engaged in discussions pertaining to his groundbreaking electric motorcycle project and his latest architectural ventures, including the esteemed Grande Mosque of Indonesia. We wholeheartedly endorse Mr. Kamil's visionary initiatives, and we firmly believe that he will emerge as the next President of Indonesia. At the meeting, Governor Kamil graciously presented Geo-David Kohan, our esteemed colleague leading the EV motorcycle division, with his autographed motorcycle jacket. This gesture of appreciation was prompted by Mr. Kohan's casual remark expressing admiration for the Governor's choice of attire. Such an honor it was! Mr. Kohan also serves as a consultant to G20 members on their respective electric vehicle projects, further highlighting his expertise in the field. Notably, Geo's ardent passion for retro EV bikes perfectly aligns with Governor Kamil's innovative vision.

Aquisation of Harkenville E-Cycles 12/03/2022

Solar Farm
(current project) Edgewater Fl
170+ Acres off i95
land aquisition

current projects,

EV green tech

What is SCC/O?

Enhancing transparency and accountability;
Introduction to the
Social Carbon Credit/offset (SCC)

Enhancing Transparency and Accountability in Social Carbon Credits The urgent need to address climate change and social inequality requires comprehensive solutions. The SCC explores the integration of social credit offsets into carbon credit systems, aiming to address social impacts caused by industries while promoting sustainability. It emphasizes the importance of transparency and accountability in offset projects and discusses the potential role of blockchain technology in achieving these goals. Axion Green, a pioneering organization, demonstrates a commitment to enhancing clarity on social carbon credits by leveraging various tools, including blockchain technology. Carbon credits enable organizations to compensate for their greenhouse gas emissions by investing in emission reduction projects elsewhere, thereby promoting a low-carbon economy. Offsets involve investing in projects that remove or reduce greenhouse gases from the atmosphere. While carbon credits and offsets primarily focus on environmental concerns, the inclusion of social credit offsets addresses social inequalities resulting from industrial activities. By considering social impacts, organizations can adopt a more holistic approach to sustainability. Social carbon credits expand the existing carbon credit framework by incorporating social responsibility. Organizations earn social carbon credits by investing in projects that have positive social impacts, such as promoting fair labor practices, supporting education and healthcare initiatives, or reducing poverty. Ensuring transparency and accountability in offset projects is critical for the credibility and effectiveness of social carbon credits. Transparent reporting allows stakeholders to verify the legitimacy of offset claims and understand the tangible social contributions made by organizations. Blockchain technology offers a potential solution for enhancing transparency and accountability in offset projects. By leveraging blockchain, the details of offset transactions, associated projects, and their impacts can be securely recorded and verified. This technology provides an immutable and transparent ledger, increasing trust among stakeholders. Axion Green recognizes the significance of transparency and accountability in social carbon credits. The organization is committed to enhancing clarity on purchased offsets and their connection to specific projects. Various tools, including blockchain technology, are being leveraged to achieve this objective. Axion Green's approach demonstrates its dedication to driving positive social change while reducing carbon footprints. Transparency and accountability in social carbon credits offer several benefits, including increased trust, improved decision-making, and enhanced social outcomes. However, challenges such as data privacy, standardization, and compatibility among different offset platforms need to be addressed to ensure the effectiveness of these initiatives. The integration of social credit offsets into carbon credit systems is crucial for achieving a sustainable and equitable future. Transparency and accountability play a vital role in ensuring the integrity of offset projects and fostering trust among stakeholders. By embracing transparency and accountability, we can strive towards a world where both environmental and social impacts are considered, fostering a more sustainable and equitable society.

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