Climate

Regulators consider voluntary carbon market involvement

By Victor Smart
Verena Ross

Regulators are considering the extent to which they should be intervening to ensure voluntary carbon markets are functioning effectively. Is the industry best placed to police itself or is formal action needed by supervisors?

No one, it seems, is wholly content with the operation of the voluntary carbon markets, the ...

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