Canadian project developer to generate voluntary carbon credits with British Columbia First Nation

Published 00:13 on June 19, 2024  /  Last updated at 21:20 on June 19, 2024  / Allison Gacad /  Americas, Canada, Nature-based, Voluntary

An agreement signed between a northwestern British Columbia First Nation and a Vancouver-based project developer will see the generation of voluntary carbon offsets via improvement of 1.1 million hectares (2.7 million acres) of forest, the duo announced Tuesday.
An agreement signed between a northwestern British Columbia First Nation and a Vancouver-based project developer will see the generation of voluntary carbon offsets via improvement of 1.1 million hectares (2.7 million acres) of forest, the duo announced Tuesday.


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