ANALYSIS: Labour shortage expected to exacerbate VCM supply bottleneck through 2022

Published 17:13 on March 11, 2022  /  Last updated at 22:12 on March 11, 2022  /  International, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Staff shortages among verifiers and registry bodies are clogging up the voluntary carbon market (VCM) project pipeline, with any potential easing of the situation likely to take more than a year and issuances taking twice as long as in previous years, stakeholders have told Carbon Pulse.

Staff shortages among verifiers and registry bodies are clogging up the voluntary carbon market (VCM) project pipeline, with any potential easing of the situation likely to take more than a year and issuances taking twice as long as in previous years, stakeholders have told Carbon Pulse.

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