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Huge growth seen in 'voluntary' carbon markets

Trading in non-governmental carbon credits could boost progress on emissions targets, say experts.

Trading in voluntary carbon products grew from US$500m to US$2b in 2020/21.

Tim Hunter Wed, 21 Sep 2022

Voluntary carbon markets could be trading US$50 billion of global product by 2030 and the Government is looking at how they could help New Zealand meet emissions targets, conference delegates have heard.

New Zealand’s formal emissions trading scheme is the world’s second oldest, behind

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