The environment regulator in Shenzhen, one of China’s economic powerhouses, has launched offset methodologies for forest carbon sinks and bike-sharing, the latest move in an emerging trend for regional governments to expand their offset schemes.
Asia Pacific > Shenzhen releases methodologies for forest sinks and bike-sharing, complementing local offset scheme
Shenzhen releases methodologies for forest sinks and bike-sharing, complementing local offset scheme
The environment regulator in Shenzhen, one of China's economic powerhouses, has launched offset methodologies for forest carbon sinks and bike-sharing, the latest move in an emerging trend for regional governments to expand their offset schemes.
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