California’s ARB pushes back formation of compliance offset task force

Published 16:24 on May 21, 2019  /  Last updated at 16:40 on May 21, 2019  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

California regulator ARB will not hold the first meeting of its Compliance Offsets Protocol Task Force (OPTF) until several months after it had originally planned, possibly delaying the development of new protocols aimed at providing direct environmental benefits in the state (DEBs) to just before the start of the post-2020 cap-and-trade programme.

California regulator ARB will not hold the first meeting of its Compliance Offsets Protocol Task Force (OPTF) until several months after it had originally planned, possibly delaying the development of new protocols aimed at providing direct environmental benefits in the state (DEBs) to just before the start of the post-2020 cap-and-trade programme.

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