Carbon Markets May Have Moved in Wrong Direction on ‘Leafy’ U.S. Carbon Credits Plan (2)

Opinion by Mathew Carr Nov. 10, 2022 — Carbon allowances and credits fell yesterday, apparently concerned about oversupplied emissions markets in the future, after the U.S. unveiled a few details of its accelerator program to help speed the climate transition in emerging countries. EU CO2 futures and Nature-Based Carbon dropped 4.5% on ICE. EU contracts … Continue reading Carbon Markets May Have Moved in Wrong Direction on ‘Leafy’ U.S. Carbon Credits Plan (2)