Renewable energy schemes make up four-fifths of Kyoto-era projects hoping to keep selling offsets under Article 6, sparking concerns over the credibility of the new market.
The EU and allies rejected proposed carbon trading rules that followed a “light-touch” approach favoured by the US
As carbon credits face intense scrutiny, negotiators will wrangle over how to ensure the integrity of a new global carbon market
The German chancellor resisted calls to announce an increased climate finance pledge at the Petersberg Climate Dialogue, her last before leaving office in September
In its national climate plan, Cuba indicated it would like to sell carbon credits on an international market, a concept previously opposed by socialist allies