Hartree Partners inks $2bn deal with Wildlife Works to expand voluntary carbon market

Cecilia Keating
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The voluntary carbon market is expected to grow rapidly over the coming years | Credit: Everland
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The voluntary carbon market is expected to grow rapidly over the coming years | Credit: Everland

Tie-up will see commodities trader work with conservation group to deliver 20 projects forestry protection projects aiming to cut CO2 by 20 million tonnes per year

Commodities trading firm Hartree Partners and conservation outfit Wildlife Works have unveiled plans to create what they claim will be one of the world's most extensive portfolios of avoided deforestation...

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