02 Mar '12, 1pm

How Governments Are Embracing Voluntary Carbon Markets

With the future of an international climate agreement still in flux, governments worldwide are turning to markets for voluntary carbon offsetting to engage private sector climate actors – and to inform or provide the tools that could shape tomorrow's regulated carbon markets. At least 21 such government programs are currently underway, and nine of these have emerged in the last four years, according to this study by Forest Trends' Ecosystem Marketplace. The report provides case studies of the 13 most advanced programs in Bringing it Home: Taking Stock of Government Engagement with the Voluntary Carbon Market . Download the free report here .

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