Climate tech firm claims initial success of its REDD+ dynamic baseline method

Published 03:39 on January 25, 2023  /  Last updated at 03:39 on January 25, 2023  /  Americas, Nature-based, South & Central, US, Voluntary  /  No Comments

A US-based climate tech firm on Wednesday said it has initially validated a dynamic baseline that ensures REDD+ offsets equate to real emissions reductions, in what the company argues is a possible solution to over-crediting controversies that have reverberated through the voluntary carbon market in recent days.

A US-based climate tech firm on Wednesday said it has initially validated a dynamic baseline that ensures REDD+ offsets equate to real emissions reductions, in what the company argues is a possible solution to over-crediting controversies that have reverberated through the voluntary carbon market in recent days.

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