British Columbia and First Nations group ink new forest offset agreement

Published 23:36 on July 31, 2020  /  Last updated at 23:46 on July 31, 2020  /  Americas, Aviation/CORSIA, Canada, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

The British Columbia government and Coastal First Nations (CFN) signed a new memorandum of understanding on Friday that includes a five-year offset purchase agreement, with the document noting the struggles the Indigenous communities have faced in trying to sell their forest carbon credits to private buyers.

The British Columbia government and Coastal First Nations (CFN) signed a new memorandum of understanding on Friday that includes a five-year offset purchase agreement, with the document noting the struggles the Indigenous communities have faced in trying to sell their forest carbon credits to private buyers.

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