Researchers find CDM transition unlikely to raise ambition, as Brazil shifts stance

Published 19:13 on October 22, 2021  /  Last updated at 13:04 on November 13, 2021  /  Americas, Asia Pacific, EMEA, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, New Market Mechanisms  /  No Comments

Few CDM projects could deliver genuine abatement if allowed to transition into the Paris Agreement regime though scant pre-2020 credits may be available anyway, researchers found, as pro-transition Brazil has reportedly softened on insisting on a carryover.

Few CDM projects could deliver genuine abatement if allowed to transition into the Paris Agreement regime though scant pre-2020 credits may be available anyway, researchers found, as pro-transition Brazil has reportedly softened on insisting on a carryover.

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