Singapore’s financial district seen through a haze of pollution in September 2019. A private sector-led coalition in Singapore is hoping to create a region-wide market ecosystem for voluntary carbon credits. Photo: EPA-EFE
Singapore’s financial district seen through a haze of pollution in September 2019. A private sector-led coalition in Singapore is hoping to create a region-wide market ecosystem for voluntary carbon credits. Photo: EPA-EFE
Bhavan Jaipragas
Opinion

Opinion

As I see it by Bhavan Jaipragas

Can Asian nations overtake China on kicking CO2 to the curb?

  • Climate Ambition Summit offers opportunity for Singapore, Philippines, Thailand and others to outline plans for carbon-trading mechanism
  • Although China had suggested a breakthrough on a carbon-trading scheme within its own borders, Singapore is said to be readying a region-wide plan

Singapore’s financial district seen through a haze of pollution in September 2019. A private sector-led coalition in Singapore is hoping to create a region-wide market ecosystem for voluntary carbon credits. Photo: EPA-EFE
Singapore’s financial district seen through a haze of pollution in September 2019. A private sector-led coalition in Singapore is hoping to create a region-wide market ecosystem for voluntary carbon credits. Photo: EPA-EFE
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