Source: One Planet
Author: Janaina Dallan
Image: Getty Images
"To reach the 1.5º C climate change target, more than ensuring everyone's awareness, everyone needs to know what to do and how to do it." By Janaina Dallan for One Planet.
"One of the most important discussions to ensure the credibility of carbon credits began in July and will continue until the end of next month. The Integrity Council for the Voluntary Carbon Market (ICVCM), an independent, international governance entity, opened a public internet consultation to define fundamental principles and quality standards for carbon credits used for greenhouse gas neutralization in the global market."
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