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Carbon Disclosure Project - Global climate change reporting system

Carbon Disclosure Project - Global climate change reporting system

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ASrIA Carbon Statement - Business carbon footprint management software Carbon News and Info > Climate change news > Forest carbon & sustainability > Forest carbon market: 20mT in 20 years The forest carbon market is now two decades old but the bulk of its 20-million-tonne contribution to carbon sequestration and emissions reduction has come in the last three years - despite the global financial crisis and recession. This picture emerges from the ‘State of the Forest Carbon Markets’ report released by Ecosystem Marketplace (ESM) this week. Its landmark report appears the best attempt yet at a comprehensive estimate of the volumes and value in the forest carbon sector worldwide. The organisation says its doesn’t claim to have accounted for every forest carbon transaction but has surveyed widely in the market. It found 226 projects past and present covering 2.1 million hectares in 40 countries involving 61 project developers and 34 intermediaries. Looking to the future, the study says there is uncertainty over the growth path ahead as participants await political developments that could see vast new markets emerge dwarfing anything up to now. Download

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