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Silvia Favasuli covers voluntary carbon markets. Full Bio
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Sep 2021
  • Energy
  • Electric Power
  • Energy Transition
  • Emissions

Groundbreaking principle for carbon finance is emerging as Article 6 negotiations unfold

Policymakers meeting at the United Nations Climate Change Conference, or COP26, in Glasgow in November will face a subject set to change the future course of the voluntary carbon markets: the corresponding adjustment

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Jun 2021
  • Energy
  • Electric Power
  • Emissions
  • Energy Transition

Recognizing limitations and potential of REDD+ credits may offer way out of a destructive debate

REDD+ projects that aim to preserve forests at risk of destruction have become a lightning rod for criticism of voluntary carbon markets. A more nuanced view of their benefits and uses could provide a way out from the current fierce debate, writes Silvia...

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Jun 2021
  • Energy
  • Electric Power
  • Energy Transition
  • Emissions
  • Oil

Voluntary carbon markets: how they work, how they’re priced and who’s involved

2021 will probably be remembered as the year when carbon finance emerged as a talking point among a wide range of industries. Among the 2021 new entrants in voluntary carbon markets, oil and gas majors, hedge funds and banks were heard as the most active...

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