Climate Crisis Advisory Group: Voluntary Carbon Market has potential to be a 'significant force for good'

Stuart Stone
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Experts claim more stringent approach and management of carbon market could allow it to play a 'meaningful role' in tackling climate crisis

The Climate Crisis Advisory Group (CCAG) has called for the introduction of robust scientific standards and transparency measures to determine what "counts" as a credible carbon credit and help unlock...

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