Carney taskforce seeks exchange listings for “core” voluntary carbon offset contract

Published 10:49 on November 10, 2020  /  Last updated at 11:27 on November 11, 2020  /  International, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

The global voluntary carbon market should be standardised to allow credits to list on exchanges via a "core" contract to help massively scale up and meet Paris Agreement climate goals, according to a draft consultation launched Tuesday by a private-sector taskforce steered by UN climate finance envoy Mark Carney.

The global voluntary carbon market should be standardised to allow credits to list on exchanges via a “core” contract to help massively scale up and meet Paris Agreement climate goals, according to a draft consultation launched Tuesday by a private-sector taskforce steered by UN climate finance envoy Mark Carney.

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