COP23: Spotlight on questionable CDM projects brings Brazil’s split carbon market views to fore

Published 22:39 on November 16, 2017  /  Last updated at 23:20 on November 23, 2022  /  Americas, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, Nature-based, South & Central, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Three Brazilian hydro projects owned by state-owned energy company Eletrobras could generate nearly 170 million environmentally dubious CERs by 2030, climate campaigners have claimed, raising questions over the government’s continued support for the CDM while snubbing REDD-based offsets.

Three Brazilian hydro projects owned by state-owned energy company Eletrobras could generate nearly 170 million environmentally dubious CERs by 2030, climate campaigners have claimed, raising questions over the government’s continued support for the CDM while snubbing REDD-based offsets.

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