ANALYSIS: Colombian carbon tax reforms bring mixed signals to offset market

Published 15:07 on November 25, 2022  /  Last updated at 15:08 on November 25, 2022  /  Americas, Carbon Taxes, Nature-based, South & Central, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Colombian offset project development may slow after the government halved the credit usage limit against the national carbon tax this month, but the simultaneous expansion of the $4/tonne fee to coal and interest from voluntary market buyers could help sustain demand, stakeholders told Carbon Pulse.

Colombian offset project development may slow after the government halved the credit usage limit against the national carbon tax this month, but the simultaneous expansion of the $4/tonne fee to coal and interest from voluntary market buyers could help sustain demand, stakeholders told Carbon Pulse.

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