Guyana in process of having over 30 mln forest carbon credits certified, says vice president

Published 18:09 on November 6, 2022  /  Last updated at 22:21 on November 6, 2022  /  Americas, Nature-based, South & Central, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Guyana is in the process of certifying more than 30 million forest carbon credits, the country’s vice president Bharrat Jagdeo has told local media, a move that could see some of the first verified jurisdictional carbon credits hit the market.

Guyana is in the process of certifying more than 30 million forest carbon credits, the country’s vice president Bharrat Jagdeo has told local media, a move that could see some of the first verified jurisdictional carbon credits hit the market.

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