ANALYSIS: Significant work remains following first Article 6.4 Supervisory Body meeting

Published 17:00 on August 2, 2022  /  Last updated at 17:00 on August 2, 2022  /  Africa, Americas, Asia Pacific, Australia, Aviation/CORSIA, China, China's Offset Market, Climate Talks, EMEA, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, Nature-based, Paris Article 6, US, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

The appointed body overseeing the UN's new carbon crediting mechanism met for the first time last week to hammer out an agreement on several procedural elements crucial to advance Article 6.4, but left much to be done ahead of a targeted end-2023 timeline for trading to begin.

The appointed body overseeing the UN’s new carbon crediting mechanism met for the first time last week to hammer out an agreement on several procedural elements crucial to advance Article 6.4, but left much to be done ahead of a targeted end-2023 timeline for trading to begin.

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