Submission urges Australia offset regulator to allow landholders to quit bad contracts

Published 08:47 on April 12, 2022  /  Last updated at 08:47 on April 12, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Landholders who are stuck in long-term, inequitable contracts with Carbon Service Providers (CSPs)  should be able to exit their contracts without penalty, according to a submission to Australia’s Clean Energy Regulator (CER).

Landholders who are stuck in long-term, inequitable contracts with Carbon Service Providers (CSPs)  should be able to exit their contracts without penalty, according to a submission to Australia’s Clean Energy Regulator (CER).

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