Japan ministry eyes voluntary offset scheme to drive emissions cuts

Published 16:35 on August 5, 2021  /  Last updated at 16:35 on August 5, 2021  /  Asia Pacific, Carbon Taxes, CBAM, International, Japan, Other APAC, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

Japan’s powerful energy, trade, and industry ministry (METI) aims to launch a voluntary carbon offset market next year to drive emissions reductions across the economy, relying on companies to create demand through self-imposed net zero commitments.

Japan’s powerful energy, trade, and industry ministry (METI) aims to launch a voluntary carbon offset market next year to drive emissions reductions across the economy, relying on companies to create demand through self-imposed net zero commitments.

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