Green Domus was founded in 2005, the same year that the Kyoto Protocol came into force, and was one of the pioneers in the development of CDM Projects in Brazil and in the world.
The founding partners were 2, an economist and a mechanical engineer, and they succeeded in establishing, through hard work and study, an understanding about the sector and unique projects that made Green Domus have great projection.
Over time, CDM projects proved to be an unstable path and a high risk business, and Green Domus suffered a great shock in 2009, as a result of the global crisis of 2008, also having gone through its only corporate restructuring since its foundation. However, the developed skills and the increasing technical reputation in the market allowed a fast adaptation to the new reality by diversifying the portfolio of activity within climate competence and, by expanding the services related to sustainability, for which the company still had little experience. In order to fix this gap, one of the partners did a post graduate course in sustainability strategies in Harvard, from which Green Domus developed a methodology approach and engagement for reports elaboration and corporate sustainability management.