You've got to go where the science leads you. This May 19 update encapsulates research warning that climate perturbations may be rendering trees less fit to suck up carbon at the rate the carbon market has assumed.
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.
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.