UK should not use foreign credits to meet near-term climate goal, say advisors

Published 17:52 on March 26, 2021  /  Last updated at 17:52 on March 26, 2021  /  Climate Talks, EMEA, International, New Market Mechanisms, UK ETS  /  No Comments

The UK should not use foreign carbon credits to help meet its binding 2023-2027 emissions budget, but the country could consider purchases to help spur international action, the government’s climate advisory body said on Friday.

The UK should not use foreign carbon credits to help meet its binding 2023-2027 emissions budget, but the country could consider purchases to help spur international action, the government’s climate advisory body said on Friday.

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