Large Alaska-based CCO project loses invalidation risk, as voluntary retirements rise 15%

Published 22:29 on January 12, 2022  /  Last updated at 22:34 on January 12, 2022  /  Americas, Canada, US, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

An Alaska forestry project saw millions of its California Carbon Offsets (CCOs) shed their invalidation risk this week, while entities voluntarily retired a large chunk of the compliance credits over the past two months, according to data from state regulator ARB published Wednesday.

An Alaska forestry project saw millions of its California Carbon Offsets (CCOs) shed their invalidation risk this week, while entities voluntarily retired a large chunk of the compliance credits over the past two months, according to data from state regulator ARB published Wednesday.

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