Boston, MA (PressExposure) August 08, 2011 -- Alternative Asset Analysis (AAA) is promoting the release of a new guide to the emerging eco-economy, announced this week by UK digital agency Invezz.
The team at Invezz hope the new guide at http://www.greeninvestmentsguide.com will help people who are interested in investing in a green project, decide where they would like their money to go.
Invezz's John Adam, explained, "We believe that, when it comes to investing, a corporation or an individual can never be too informed about the investment landscape they are operating in. The Green Investments Guide can certainly provide the overview a decision maker needs in order to form an educated opinion that will help them make a genuine feel-good investment that also makes business sense."
AAA is an analysis organization that promotes ethical investment opportunities around the globe and is particularly keen to encourage investment in forestry projects in emerging economies, such as Brazil and Indonesia. "Forestry investment projects such as those operated in Brazil by Greenwood Management [http://www.greenwood-management.com/register.html] and a range of other firms, help bring foreign investment to Brazil's forestry industry," explained AAA's analysis partner, Anthony Johnson.
He welcomed the new guide, which offers guidance and information on the various ecological benefits of various investment opportunities and also talks about how they can help people make money - both in terms of those investing and the communities benefiting, claimed AAA.
Invezz explained that the eco-market really started after the signing of the Kyoto Protocol in 1997 when nations first agreed to reduce their CO2 emissions by a certain percentage. This has led to the setting up of numerous carbon trading and investment schemes. Densely forested countries, such as Brazil, have also started to appreciate the financial value of operating its forestry industries sustainably - trees are worth money when they are standing, as well as when they are felled, thanks to carbon trading schemes.
Mr Johnson added, "Although there is a world of opportunity out there for people to invest in green projects, it can sometimes seem complex and unclear. We hope the new Green Investments Guide can help pave the way for more European people to invest in eco-projects and hopefully make money while helping to save the plant."