Australia should move on international offsets but might meet closed doors, observers warn

Published 09:22 on May 2, 2018  /  Last updated at 00:34 on May 3, 2018  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, International, New Market Mechanisms  /  No Comments

If Australia wants to use international carbon credits to meet its Paris target it should start seeking out potential bilateral partnerships now, though may find many governments reluctant to export them, according to observers.

If Australia wants to use international carbon credits to meet its Paris target it should start seeking out potential bilateral partnerships now, though may find many governments reluctant to export them, according to observers.

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