Gold Standard cites “unjustifiable” UK offsetting claims for new coal mine

Published 20:35 on December 9, 2022  /  Last updated at 20:35 on December 9, 2022  /  EMEA, UK ETS, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Gold Standard has dismissed the UK government’s statement that the standard body’s carbon credits could be used to mitigate a controversial new coal mine in the UK, branding the offsetting justification as “nonsense” and against its guidance.

Gold Standard has dismissed the UK government’s statement that the standard body’s carbon credits could be used to mitigate a controversial new coal mine in the UK, branding the offsetting justification as “nonsense” and against its guidance.

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