Verra CEO and founder steps down as carbon credits body eyes 'next phase'

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David Antonioli to stay on as senior consultant to board to help advise transition to new leadership under interim CEO Judith Simon

Verra's founder David Antonioli has stepped down after 15 years at the helm of the carbon offset standards-setter, with the non-profit appointing a new interim CEO "to help better meet the markets' growing...

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