Risk-of-reversal buffer must be reassessed amid worsening climate change, ACCU submission says

Published 04:24 on October 5, 2022  /  Last updated at 04:24 on October 5, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Land-based carbon credit projects could be severely threatened by worsening climate change impacts, according to Australia National University, urging the government to reassess the risk-of-reversal buffer in its carbon accounting.  

Land-based carbon credit projects could be severely threatened by worsening climate change impacts, according to Australia National University, urging the government to reassess the risk-of-reversal buffer in its carbon accounting.

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