COP28 needs to deliver clarity on Article 6
With 100 days to go until COP28, the conference needs to nail down the technicalities of Article 6, if the carbon markets are to be used to help meet national emissions reduction targets, writes Genevieve Redgrave
How digital technology can unleash the potential of carbon markets
Data is essential in the development of high impact carbon markets, writes Yuvaraj Dinesh Babu
Zimbabwe's attack on carbon offsets
The cancelation of carbon offset contracts by the Zimbabwe government could have wider implications for the fragile voluntary carbon market, argue Brad Handler and Morgan Bazilian
Schroders explains its carbon-offset climate fund
Carbon credits can help get companies over the last mile in their decarbonisation journey, Andy Howard tells Peter Cripps
Profile: Martin Berg of Climate Asset Management
The new CEO of Climate Asset Management, Martin Berg, tells Thomas Cox about the challenge of scaling natural capital.
What role does the voluntary carbon market have in an Article 6 world?
India has shown how national carbon trading can work in tandem with voluntary markets, argues Finn O'Muircheartaigh
Carbon markets can help provide nature-based solutions
The US Nature Based Solutions roadmap suggests finance through private measures but misses an opportunity to fully utilise the voluntary carbon market, argues Torrey Sanseverino
How tech can help transform the voluntary carbon market
New technology can spread out the benefits of carbon markets to all, says Dirk Forrister
COP15: Can we finally get agreement on financing?
Regulated voluntary carbon markets should be a key tool to protect and restore nature, argues Naomi Swickard
Q&A: IOSCO and the carbon markets
Rostin Behnam and Verena Ross answer questions about why it has issued two reports on the carbon markets