Malaysia’s Kelantan govt distances itself from unauthorised forestry carbon project offset sales

Published 11:56 on July 5, 2017  /  Last updated at 15:01 on July 6, 2017  /  Asia Pacific, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, New Market Mechanisms, Other APAC, REDD, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

Malaysia’s Kelantan state on Wednesday said it has not asked any private companies to start selling carbon credits associated with a 400,000-hectare forestry project and urged any buyers to go to the police, raising more questions regarding the government's controversial partnership with the scheme's developer.

Malaysia’s Kelantan state on Wednesday said it has not asked any private companies to start selling carbon credits associated with a 400,000-hectare forestry project and urged any buyers to go to the police, raising more questions regarding the government’s controversial partnership with the scheme’s developer.

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