Finn O'Muircheartaigh, director of policy and markets at BeZero Carbon, argues that, if policymakers cannot make progress on Article 6 markets, we will simply not meet our climate goals.
Climate negotiators at COP28 may bolster carbon trading when they decide on rules for a new United Nations-overseen emissions market that can lower the cost of fighting global warming.
Researchers at the Cambridge Centre for Carbon Credits have developed a new way to price carbon credits, which they hope will encourage investment in forest preservation and boost progress towards net zero.
This week's investment roundup looks at the continued evolution of the carbon markets with new players entering the stage, research approaching sovereign debt from a nature lens and how the market may be taking a different direction from the political agenda when it comes to ESG.
In Singapore, the Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment and the National Environment Agency (NEA) have set out the eligibility criteria under its International Carbon Credit (ICC) Framework. This is to ensure quality in international offsets exchange, which has seen fairly low appetite in the region.
CollectiveCrunch has developed an AI-powered platform intended to enable sustainable forestry at scale.
Lisa Street, executive director of climate & carbon markets at OPIS, explores how the Integrity Council for the Voluntary Carbon Market's (ICVCM) guidance on the Core Carbon Principles (CCPs) can help restore trust in the carbon markets.
Iberdrola (BME:IBE) has launched a new business for the development of nature-based solutions that will support decarbonisation while improving biodiversity and promoting the transition to a more sustainable global economy.
Verra, the world-leading carbon standards organisation and issuer of verified credits, has released the latest version of its Verified Carbon Standard.
Revalue Nature provides services to developers of nature-based solutions (NbS) to simplify and streamline their processes, unlocking funding and credit sales.