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COP27 Reignites the Debate About Carbon Credits
Some argue that a carbon credit scheme is an essential form of climate financing for developing countries, others argue that it could easily fall prey to green-…
Net Zero Emission
Carbon Credit Use Could Curb Company Climate Action, Warns UK Advisers
The use of cheap carbon offsets by companies to meet net zero targets could curb their efforts to cut emissions and slow the delivery of climate goals.
Japan Starts Carbon Credit Trading Trial at Tse
Japan started trial trading of carbon credits on Thursday at the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) as the world's fifth-largest carbon emitter aims to create a nationw…
Net Zero Emission
Google and Unilever Among Firms Testing New Framework for Carbon Credit Claims
A provisional code of practice that aims to "bring integrity to corporate claims made about voluntary use of carbon credits" is to be road-tested by a host of l…
Could Blue Carbon Credits Be the Future of Sustainable Financing?
The Bahamas has announced plans to sell $300m in blue carbon credits in 2022.
Ukraine Invasion Crashes Carbon Credit Prices
The Russian invasion of Ukraine roiled financial markets across the world, and the European carbon credit market was no exception. As the price of oil surged, c…
Singapore's Carbon Tax Will Help Develop Trade Flows, Price Discovery for Offsets Market
Singapore's plan to raise carbon taxes is expected to stimulate demand growth in the voluntary carbon credit market and facilitate price discovery.
SK E&C Steps up Efforts to Secure Carbon Credits in Vietnam and Korea
SK Engineering & Construction announced on April 22 that it has registered two Programs of Activities based on renewable energy projects in Vietnam and Korea.
Japan Govt Gives Boost to MPIC Biogas Project
The Japanese government provides subsidy for low-carbon projects that can deliver carbon credits for the achievement of Japan’s and partner countries’ greenho…