Researchers flag concerns on additionality, perverse incentives in California’s offset programme

Published 18:25 on June 30, 2020  /  Last updated at 23:58 on June 30, 2020  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

California’s compliance offset approach does not eliminate the risk of over crediting emissions reductions from approved protocols, but further analysis and changes could minimise that outcome, according to an updated research report.

California’s compliance offset approach does not eliminate the risk of over crediting emissions reductions from approved protocols, but further analysis and changes could minimise that outcome, according to an updated research report.

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