EU-funded study casts doubt on integrity of UN’s flagship offset programme

Published 19:05 on April 19, 2017  /  Last updated at 09:59 on April 27, 2017  /  Africa, Americas, Asia Pacific, Aviation/CORSIA, Climate Talks, EMEA, EU ETS, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, Paris Article 6, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Almost three-quarters of the supply of EU ETS-eligible CDM carbon credits to 2020 are unlikely to deliver genuine emission reductions, according to an EU-funded study that green groups say should serve as a clear warning against the future use of offsets as a climate policy tool.

Almost three-quarters of the supply of EU ETS-eligible CDM carbon credits to 2020 are unlikely to deliver genuine emission reductions, according to an EU-funded study that green groups say should serve as a clear warning against the future use of offsets as a climate policy tool.

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