British Columbia forestry offset protocol would render projects unviable -stakeholders

Published 23:50 on June 18, 2021  /  Last updated at 00:10 on June 19, 2021  /  Americas, Canada, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

A high maximum credit contribution to a contingency account is among the factors threatening the economic viability of British Columbia’s proposed forestry carbon offset protocol (FCOP), trade associations and project developers told Carbon Pulse.

A high maximum credit contribution to a contingency account is among the factors threatening the economic viability of British Columbia’s proposed forestry carbon offset protocol (FCOP), trade associations and project developers told Carbon Pulse.

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