INTERVIEW: PNG REDD+ moratorium should stay until credible framework in place, governor says 

Published 07:33 on October 26, 2022  /  Last updated at 07:33 on October 26, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, International, Paris Article 6, Voluntary  /  No Comments

An outspoken Papua New Guinean governor has argued that the moratorium on REDD+ projects for the voluntary market in the country should remain in place until regulations are properly implemented, noting there is still confusion over who is governing carbon credit projects in the country.

An outspoken Papua New Guinean governor has argued that the moratorium on REDD+ projects for the voluntary market in the country should remain in place until regulations are properly implemented, noting there is still confusion over who is governing carbon credit projects in the country.

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