Republicans express concerns about intervention in “wild west” voluntary carbon market through US ag offset bill

Published 22:55 on September 23, 2021  /  Last updated at 21:30 on September 24, 2021  /  Americas, US, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

The US House Agriculture committee heard testimony Thursday on a bipartisan bill to boost voluntary carbon offset markets for agriculture, but some Republicans were concerned about the perceived “wild west” nature of current mechanisms and government intervention in the space.

The US House Agriculture committee heard testimony Thursday on a bipartisan bill to boost voluntary carbon offset markets for agriculture, but some Republicans were concerned about the perceived “wild west” nature of current mechanisms and government intervention in the space.

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