J-Credit scheme gets boost with sizeable issuance, project registrations

Published 11:36 on March 28, 2023  /  Last updated at 11:39 on March 28, 2023  / Chia-Erh Kuo /  Asia Pacific, Japan

Japan has issued more than 700,000 new offsets under its J-Credit scheme, increasing the total number of units created by almost a tenth, and registered over 30 new projects that can cut emissions by a total 7.3 million tonnes of CO2.
Japan has issued more than 700,000 new offsets under its J-Credit scheme, increasing the total number of units created by almost a tenth, and registered over 30 new projects that can cut emissions by a total 7.3 million tonnes of CO2.


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