Forestry credits must rise to $30-50 range to have real impact -UNEP

Published 15:14 on March 1, 2023  /  Last updated at 10:59 on March 4, 2023  / Roy Manuell /  Africa, EMEA, International, Nature-based, Paris Article 6, Voluntary

The market must value carbon credits from forestry projects in a range of $30-50/tonne to make conservation and restoration economically viable, a senior member of the UN Environment Programme told an event on Wednesday.
The market must value carbon credits from forestry projects in a range of $30-50/tonne to make conservation and restoration economically viable, a senior member of the UN Environment Programme told an event on Wednesday.


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