VCMI: Flexibility in claims code could encourage more companies to act on net zero

A reforestation project in the US. VCMs enable companies to buy carbon credits from sustainability projects in order to offset their emissions (Photo: Max Whittaker/Bloomberg)

The Voluntary Carbon Markets Integrity Initiative’s Mark Kenber discusses how its claims code of practice aims to improve waning confidence in the credibility of carbon offsetting, and the need for regulation in this area. In June, the Voluntary Carbon Markets Integrity Initiative (VCMI), which focuses on improving standards on the ...

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