Global banks plot voluntary carbon market platform to boost offset transparency

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The Sealaska forest in Alaska is one of 50 projects developed by Finite Carbon | Credit: Finite Carbon

NatWest, CIBC, ITAÚ and National Australia Bank join forces to launch Project Carbon marketplace next month

NatWest, Canada's CIBC, Brazil's ITAÚ, and the National Australia Bank are together planning to launch a pilot platform for trading carbon offset credits in a bid to provide greater price certainty and...

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