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Scrutiny of the carbon offset market is growing
As the world tries to reduce emissions, the voluntary carbon offset market is growing in importance. But critics say some offset projects have far less impact than they claim, and allegations of greenwashing are growing against companies using low-quality offsets. Moves are being made to help buyers identify high projects, but it won’t be easy.
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