Source: Um Só Planeta
Author: Janaína Dallan
Image: Getty Images
"The voluntary carbon credit market can be a great ally for companies that want to measure and mitigate their impacts on the climate." Article by Janaina Dallan for One Planet.
"I received some questions from readers wanting to understand a little more about how companies can be protagonists in the discussions about low carbon economy. Faced with a voluntary carbon market, I would say that private initiative is fundamental in the process of encouraging the financing of new, less polluting technologies, contributing to the country's decarbonization goals."
Learn more: https://umsoplaneta.globo.com/opiniao/colunas-e-blogs/janaina-dallan/post/2021/11/e-qual-o-papel-da-iniciativa-privada-no-contexto-das-mudancas-climaticas.ghtml
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