FEATURE: Voluntary carbon market embraces ozone projects despite public policy qualms

Published 19:21 on June 20, 2024  /  Last updated at 09:47 on June 21, 2024  / Alejandra Padin-Dujon /  Americas, Asia Pacific, Climate Talks, EMEA, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, Voluntary

Protecting the ozone layer has been a global priority for decades, but as the voluntary carbon market (VCM) continues to credit the destruction of ozone-depleting substances (ODS), and countries move to fill gaps in multilateral governance, the competing or complementary roles for public- and private-sector engagement on the matter are in flux.
Protecting the ozone layer has been a global priority for decades, but as the voluntary carbon market (VCM) continues to credit the destruction of ozone-depleting substances (ODS), and countries move to fill gaps in multilateral governance, the competing or complementary roles for public- and private-sector engagement on the matter are in flux.


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