Rachel Kyte, who helped hammer out the Paris agreement, talks through techniques to deliver robust carbon markets before (or instead of waiting until) governments make the rules. The interview requires a 7-day free trial.
This April 12 press release details a partnership among Burger King, Cargill, and the National Fish & Wildlife Foundation to send up to $10 million in grants over five years to support regenerative practices across the United States' Great Plains.
So five gargantuan companies are deploying $925 million for what they say are verifiable carbon-credit projects. Here's the April 13 take in GreenBiz on a new venture from Alphabet, Meta, McKinsey, Shopify and Stripe.