ARB issues strong rebuke to new study’s conclusions of rampant over-crediting in California’s forestry protocol

Published 05:25 on April 30, 2021  /  Last updated at 14:02 on April 30, 2021  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

California regulator ARB repeatedly pushed back against a new study that found the state’s compliance forestry offset protocol allows for inaccurate baseline levels and for developers to utilise these loopholes to inflate credit issuances, according to responses published by the agency late Thursday.

California regulator ARB repeatedly pushed back against a new study that found the state’s compliance forestry offset protocol allows for inaccurate baseline levels and for developers to utilise these loopholes to inflate credit issuances, according to responses published by the agency late Thursday.

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