CORRECTION – Brazil can meet nearly half of global voluntary carbon credit demand by 2030 -study

Published 23:32 on October 7, 2022  /  Last updated at 10:56 on October 9, 2022  /  Americas, Carbon Taxes, CBAM, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, Nature-based, Paris Article 6, South & Central, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Brazil has the potential to meet nearly 50% of all demand for voluntary carbon credits this decade, according to a study.

(Updates to indicate that this study was first published in Oct. 2021 but reportedly revisited by presenters at an event held this week by the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce ahead of COP27 in Egypt next month. This research was covered this week by multiple news outlets including Carbon Pulse, most of which appeared to have overlooked the publication date on the report. Carbon Pulse apologises for any confusion, but will not withdraw this story as it was not covered the first time around one year ago.)

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