Carbon Markets, EU, US

Experts call for more regulation on carbon markets

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Carbon markets are viewed as a means of helping entities provide finance to projects that remove carbon emissions from the atmosphere, such as reforestation initiatives (Photo:Khaled Desouki/AFP via Getty Images)

Carbon markets were dogged by scandal, political tensions and negative media coverage in 2023. Regulation could help to restore confidence in 2024

Experts have called for carbon markets to be better regulated following a year of turmoil that has undermined buyers’ confidence in carbon credits and ...

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