ANALYSIS: Australia’s IPCOS seen starting as a boutique option for voluntary buyers

Published 13:48 on November 16, 2021  /  Last updated at 13:48 on November 16, 2021  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, Other APAC, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

Australia during the Glasgow COP26 summit launched its Indo-Pacific Carbon Offset Scheme (IPCOS), though analysts expect voluntary buyers will continue to prefer cheap UN-issued credits unless next year’s election brings a new government wanting to incentivise more compliance buying.

Australia during the Glasgow COP26 summit launched its Indo-Pacific Carbon Offset Scheme (IPCOS), though analysts expect voluntary buyers will continue to prefer cheap UN-issued credits unless next year’s election brings a new government wanting to incentivise more compliance buying.

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