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New guidance for companies drives quality and integrity in the complex world of carbon credits

Published: May 24, 2022 by Jordan Faires

Voluntary carbon markets are booming as companies look to finance emissions reductions or removals as part of their net zero strategy.

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The science behind soil carbon is still uncertain. There are safer climate investments for now.

Published: May 12, 2022 by Simone Schenkel

There’s a great deal of uncertainty with soil carbon credits and gaps in the science around the estimated amounts of soil carbon that can be stored.

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COP26: 4 Reasons Carbon Markets Rules under Article 6 (Finally) May be Agreed in Glasgow

Published: November 8, 2021 by Kelley Kizzier

A few key changes since countries met at COP25 in Madrid mean we are in a better position to get agreement on Article 6 at COP26 in Glasgow.

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3 things you need to know about the soaring voluntary carbon market

Published: October 5, 2021 by Kelley Kizzier

High-integrity, voluntary carbon market and credits offer a crucial opportunity to drive economic impact and protect our communities.

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Three takeaways from Amazon’s new carbon neutralization plan

Published: September 3, 2021 by Elizabeth Sturcken

Amazon’s new carbon neutralization paper provides clarity and perspective on what’s needed to reduce emissions fast and at scale.

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What agricultural lenders need to know about emerging carbon market opportunities

Published: August 4, 2021 by Maggie Monast

I recently heard from a lender that their number one question from their farmer borrowers is about carbon credit opportunities.

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Not all credits are the same. Here’s what companies need to know.

Published: August 3, 2021 by Katie Anderson

Until high-quality standards are established for agricultural soil carbon credits, companies should pursue other opportunities to reduce emissions.

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Three ways to turn net zero plans into progress

Published: February 9, 2021 by Elizabeth Sturcken

Executives are increasingly embracing net zero by 2050 and turning these pledges into progress.

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