Universities weigh in against N2O as Michigan State University puts finishing touches on ACR-approved methodology and Duke University accepts delivery of CRTs based on N2O abatement. Back to carbon, BP Target Neutral exceeds 200,000 sign-ups to offset travel emissions for this year’s Olympics in London.
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30 July 2012 | As we settle into writing mode for our State of the Forest Carbon Markets 2012 report (due to launch in September!), we are temporarily scaling back the V-Carbon News brief to focus on voluntary carbon and carbon neutral topics.
Voluntary climate action in the UK has recently dominated carbon headlines, as Toshiba’s air conditioning subsidiary in the UK
Farmers in the US will soon have the option of tapping into carbon revenues from reduced application of nitrogen fertilizer (
ACR Director of Business Development Mary Grady muses about the potential supplementary carbon revenues, “That may be icing on the cake in good years as well as welcome income in years like this one when (due to extreme weather) many US corn farmers have lost their entire crop, but still have bills to pay.”
Also in the US, universities are not only researching methodologies around nitrogen, but also buying into projects, as Duke University – which arranged to
In Latin America, Patagonia Sur
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