California legislature advances offset aggregation proposal

Published 20:31 on March 27, 2019  /  Last updated at 20:31 on March 27, 2019  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

A California Assembly committee this week advanced a bill that would enable the state's Offset Protocol Task Force (OPTF) to recommend aggregation methodologies for new and existing protocols, which could prove a boon for neglected project types in the WCI-linked carbon market.

A California Assembly committee this week advanced a bill that would enable the state’s Offset Protocol Task Force (OPTF) to recommend aggregation methodologies for new and existing protocols, which could prove a boon for neglected project types in the WCI-linked carbon market.

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