Archive

  • Bogged down in Bonn

    21 June 2024

    Slow progress on negotiations on Article 6 in Bonn leaves much to be thrashed out at COP29, writes Genevieve Redgrave.

  • Article 6 and CORSIA: preparing for compliance

    24 April 2024

    With airlines set to demand vast numbers of carbon credits, a supply crunch is a very real risk, writes Pedro Carvalho

  • Comment: The rumpus over SBTi's offsetting U-turn

    12 April 2024

    What does the row over SBTi's change of heart on carbon credits tell us about the state of sustainable finance, asks Peter Cripps

  • Article 6: the missing piece of the puzzle

    08 April 2024

    The lack of consensus on Article 6.2 and 6.4 is a significant missed opportunity for the implementation of international carbon markets, writes Andrea Bonzanni

  • Why the forest carbon market is bouncing back

    28 March 2024

    Demand and prices for high quality credits are on the rise - and that's good news for nature, argues Angela Churie Kallhauge

  • 'Plenty of opportunity for us to show what good nature investments look like'

    26 March 2024

    Bregal's new nature strategy targets coffee and cocoa decarbonisation with a new nature strategy. Jennifer Forrest reports

  • CBAM - first domino or false dawn?

    22 February 2024

    The EU's Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism has become a potent catalyst, igniting diverse carbon pricing debates across the globe, write Mark Jeavons and Frank Eich

  • The EU's new climate policy means carbon pricing no longer has a border

    27 December 2023

    The incoming Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism send waves through global supply chains, writes Adam Hearne

  • Will the voluntary carbon market stage a comeback in 2024?

    24 December 2023

    There was disappointment over Article 6 at COP28, but the carbon markets may yet have a key role to play in the transition, writes Peter Cripps

  • The forest that hides the climate

    06 December 2023

    Countries' common interest in forests presents an opportunity to achieve significant climate progress, but the path forward is challenging, writes Philippe Zaouati