The Market Centre inside the Tokyo Stock Exchange on September 22, the day Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry launched the country’s first carbon trading scheme on a trial basis. Photo: Kyodo
The Market Centre inside the Tokyo Stock Exchange on September 22, the day Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry launched the country’s first carbon trading scheme on a trial basis. Photo: Kyodo
Chris Webb
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Chris Webb

How voluntary carbon markets can tip the scales in the fight against climate change

  • Time to address the climate crisis is increasingly precious as carbon emissions rise and pledges go unfulfilled
  • Voluntary carbon markets can help firms do their part by accelerating the shift to a net zero economy as long as the credits they buy are of high quality

The Market Centre inside the Tokyo Stock Exchange on September 22, the day Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry launched the country’s first carbon trading scheme on a trial basis. Photo: Kyodo
The Market Centre inside the Tokyo Stock Exchange on September 22, the day Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry launched the country’s first carbon trading scheme on a trial basis. Photo: Kyodo
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