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
COP27: What are the prospects for ITMOs?
Internationally Transferred Mitigation Outcomes are expected to be a feature of the current COP, write Pedro Carvalho and Alexis Massot
Sovereign carbon credits unsettle voluntary carbon markets
Voluntary carbon market participants have expressed "trepidation" as large-scale sovereign carbon credits enter carbon markets, writes Annabelle Palmer
Carbon pricing is set to spread
As the net zero transition gathers pace and more countries adopt carbon pricing, incentives to account for the environmental cost of carbon emissions rise, Marion Amiot writes
Benefits with friends?
A means of more accurately tracking the non-carbon outcomes of carbon credits is central to addressing inefficiencies in voluntary markets, argues Nick Atkinson
Building integrity into voluntary carbon markets
'Core carbon principles' will be crucial to bolstering the integrity of voluntary carbon markets, writes Annette Nazareth