New US offset protocol aims to reduce costs for voluntary urban forestry

Published 01:38 on April 25, 2019  /  Last updated at 01:38 on April 25, 2019  /  Americas, Canada, US, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

A new Climate Action Reserve (CAR) protocol aims to reduce costs for voluntary urban forestry projects, but the methodology would have to demonstrate success and pass other regulatory hurdles to become eligible for WCI compliance-grade offsets, a company official said.

A new Climate Action Reserve (CAR) protocol aims to reduce costs for voluntary urban forestry projects, but the methodology would have to demonstrate success and pass other regulatory hurdles to become eligible for WCI compliance-grade offsets, a company official said.

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