Australia set for influx of cheap, low-quality offsets -analysts

Published 08:29 on November 14, 2017  /  Last updated at 14:19 on November 14, 2017  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Australia’s current climate policy is likely to create a huge supply of carbon offsets available in the A$5-10/tonne ($3.80-7.60) range, with many of them from low-quality projects unlikely to be accepted in international markets, analysts Reputex said.

Australia’s current climate policy is likely to create a huge supply of carbon offsets available in the A$5-10/tonne ($3.80-7.60) range, with many of them from low-quality projects unlikely to be accepted in international markets, analysts Reputex said.

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