Govt agency seeks to temper Australia’s Safeguard Mechanism crediting plans

Published 09:53 on October 9, 2020  /  Last updated at 09:53 on October 9, 2020  / Stian Reklev /  Asia Pacific, Australia

Australia should impose clear restrictions if it moves ahead with crediting Safeguard Mechanism entities for emissions reductions, the Climate Change Authority (CCA) said Friday, aiming not to harm the offset market. 
Australia should impose clear restrictions if it moves ahead with crediting Safeguard Mechanism entities for emissions reductions, the Climate Change Authority (CCA) said Friday, aiming not to harm the offset market. 


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