Brazil voluntary carbon programme may ease Paris double counting fears

Published 19:19 on October 5, 2020  /  Last updated at 22:32 on October 5, 2020  /  Americas, Climate Talks, International, New Market Mechanisms, REDD, South & Central, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

The Brazilian environment ministry (MMA) has launched a carbon-focused element of its voluntary ecosystem services market for forests that some stakeholders view as a positive sign for the country to avoid double counting emissions reductions under the Paris Agreement.

The Brazilian environment ministry (MMA) has launched a carbon-focused element of its voluntary ecosystem services market for forests that some stakeholders view as a positive sign for the country to avoid double counting emissions reductions under the Paris Agreement.

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