VCM quality drive not seen solving removals vs avoidance credit debate

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Upcoming principles to help measure offset quality will not rank "avoidance" over "removal" credits, a conference heard Wednesday, with experts expecting the debate within the voluntary carbon market (VCM) to continue to run. 

Upcoming principles to help measure offset quality will not rank “avoidance” over “removal” credits, a conference heard Wednesday, with experts expecting the debate within the voluntary carbon market (VCM) to continue to run.

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