California releases draft tropical forest offset standard as it prepares to revisit contentious REDD issue

Published 15:36 on September 6, 2018  /  Last updated at 17:37 on September 6, 2018  /  Americas, Mexico, REDD, South & Central, US  /  No Comments

California will hold a public meeting on Nov. 15 to consider whether regulators should endorse a tropical forest standard, in a move that would pave the way for the state's cap-and-trade programme to become the world's first compliance carbon market to allow REDD credits.

California will hold a public meeting on Nov. 15 to consider whether regulators should endorse a tropical forest standard, in a move that would pave the way for the state’s cap-and-trade programme to become the world’s first compliance carbon market to allow REDD credits.

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