Carbon credit demand should be based on ability to pay, not amount to offset -report

Published 18:41 on November 16, 2022  /  Last updated at 18:41 on November 16, 2022  /  Carbon Taxes, International, Voluntary  /  1 Comment

Companies should consider purchasing carbon removal credits, or investing in climate projects, commensurate with their ability to pay, not their emissions levels, according to a report published on Wednesday, that found that emissions intensive sectors are amongst the least likely buyers under this approach.

Companies should consider purchasing carbon removal credits, or investing in climate projects, commensurate with their ability to pay, not their emissions levels, according to a report published on Wednesday, that found that emissions intensive sectors are amongst the least likely buyers under this approach.

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