New NZ voluntary offset product resumes issuance, dismisses additionality concerns

Published 10:28 on July 6, 2022  /  Last updated at 00:46 on July 13, 2023  / Mark Tilly /  Asia Pacific, International, Nature-based, New Zealand, Paris Article 6, Voluntary

A company that was forced to suspend trading and issuing a new voluntary carbon credit standard last week, just a day after launch, has now resumed service despite continuing to disregard additionality issues in its methodology.  
A company that was forced to suspend trading and issuing a new voluntary carbon credit standard last week, just a day after launch, has now resumed service despite continuing to disregard additionality issues in its methodology.  


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