Reluctant land-owners slow path for Chinese developers eyeing rising voluntary prices

Published 13:21 on February 16, 2022  /  Last updated at 13:21 on February 16, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, China, International, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Chinese offset developers are queueing up to kickstart new projects to benefit from rising international prices for nature-based voluntary carbon credits, but are finding it hard to secure limited available land from land-owners who would rather get involved in the domestic market.

Chinese offset developers are queueing up to kickstart new projects to benefit from rising international prices for nature-based voluntary carbon credits, but are finding it hard to secure limited available land from land-owners who would rather get involved in the domestic market.

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