Article 6 failure at COP25 could force bilateral carbon market links, experts say

Published 04:23 on October 9, 2019  /  Last updated at 22:52 on November 23, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, Climate Talks, International, Nature-based, New Zealand, Other APAC, Paris Article 6, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Failure to agree on rules for Article 6 at this year’s UN climate talks in Chile could see countries like Australia and New Zealand forging their own bilateral links to get access to the international credits they need to fulfil their Paris Agreement pledges, market experts warned Wednesday.

Failure to agree on rules for Article 6 at this year’s UN climate talks in Chile could see countries like Australia and New Zealand forging their own bilateral links to get access to the international credits they need to fulfil their Paris Agreement pledges, market experts warned Wednesday.

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