Domestic Credit (CDM) Scheme:
A scheme which can be utilized to certify amounts of greenhouse effect gas emission reduced by small to medium-sized companies, etc. through the provision of technologies/funds by large companies as provided in the Kyoto Protocol Target Achievement Plan (revised by the Cabinet on March 28, 2008) to achieve goals in self-action plans, emissions trading trial schemes, etc. Not only are small to middle-sized companies covered, but the scheme extensively deals with emissions reduction in forestry (forest biomass), the civilian sector (operations, households, etc.), the transportation sector, etc.