Interviews, UK

Good carbon credits 'are a million miles away' from greenwashing

The Wildlife Trusts’ Rob Stoneman
The Wildlife Trusts’ Rob Stoneman says there are ways to implement voluntary carbon markets to avoid any notion of greenwashing

Corporates buying carbon credits in tree planting and other nature protection schemes are the future of nature restoration if done well, says The Wildlife Trusts’ Rob Stoneman

“If we don’t value nature, we will, in our capitalist system continue to destroy it because it has no value,” says Rob ...

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