S&P Global: "After COP26, new questions arise over carbon trading as markets gain new prominence"

Nov 23, 2021

In response to the COP26 climate conference, stakeholders questioned how carbon dioxide removal can be implemented with climate justice concerns in mind. In this article, Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative’s Janos Pasztor notes, "There's a big gap that needs to be met somehow, and we haven't yet met that in COP26.”

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