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Carbon offset prices could surge more than 1,000% by 2030, says PwC

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The voluntary carbon market was valued at $2bn in 2021, according to Boston Consulting Group (Photo: Drazenphoto/Envato)

A new report has found that the supply of voluntary carbon offsets is not keeping pace with rising demand, which in turn could lead to soaring prices.

The voluntary carbon offsets bought by FTSE 350 businesses last year would increase in cost from £38mn to £438mn by 2030, ...

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