Offset supply squeeze, Sasol SOS as first South African carbon tax compliance period in the books

Published 20:45 on October 29, 2020  /  Last updated at 23:02 on November 11, 2020  /  Africa, Carbon Taxes, EMEA, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

Activity in South Africa’s offset market is picking up and prices rising as the first carbon tax compliance deadline arrives, with major emitters seeking more GHG-cutting projects amid a big chunk of the country’s available offset supply being used up.

Activity in South Africa’s offset market is picking up and prices rising as the first carbon tax compliance deadline arrives, with major emitters seeking more GHG-cutting projects amid a big chunk of the country’s available offset supply being used up.

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