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Carbon credit markets: new Infographic from BNDES

How do carbon credit markets work?

What is the role of companies, organizations and individuals?

And the volumes traded worldwide?

How does the voluntary market, which is already operating in Brazil, work?

And the regulated markets, what are their characteristics?

How are credits verified? Are there international standards?

Is it true that sustainable agriculture, biofuels, energy efficiency, preservation and reforestation, renewable energy and waste reuse projects can originate carbon credits?

Click on the image below for answers in a new BNDES infographic.

Tip from our reader Jorge Manoel.


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