Reports & Commentary - Carbon Projects and Transactions

China’s voluntary carbon market could burst back into life

The following article is an extract from Trove Research’s China country profile, available to subscribers.  These country profiles describe the opportunities and risks for developing and trading carbon credits in…

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South American carbon markets webinar

This video and slide pack (in English, Spanish and Portuguese) is from the 15th February Trove webinar on South American carbon markets. In the webinar the Trove team provided an overview…

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Should carbon investors tap the stock market?

Climate change has now emerged as a major investment theme. Even mainstream fund managers are screening investments on climate criteria.

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VCM: 2022 in review

This slide pack and recording contains the presentation from Trove’s 'VCM in Review 2022', where we discuss of the voluntary carbon market in 2022 and what to expect for 2023.

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Insurance joins list of options to de-risk carbon credits

In October, insurance broker Howden unveiled a new insurance product for voluntary carbon credits, and back in June, UK-based start-up, Kita, raised seed funding to develop new insurance products for…

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3Q22 Review of Voluntary Carbon Market

This slide pack and recording contains the presentation from Trove’s October 27 on key developments in the voluntary carbon market in the first 3 quarters of 2022.  The presentation covers…

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Trove’s Updated Carbon Industry Classification

Trove’s new project classification provides a comprehensive and granular picture of the entire voluntary carbon market by classifying circa 4,000 registered projects and 2,600 pipeline projects across the major crediting…

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REDD.plus – A green idea, but too many red flags

The potential for "REDD.plus" to dump huge quantities of carbon credits into the voluntary carbon market has caused consternation in some parts of the market. It was definitely a hot topic…

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1H22 Review of Voluntary Carbon Market

This slide pack and recording contains the presentation from Trove’s July 26 webinar on key developments in the voluntary carbon market in the first half of 2022, together with an…

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1Q22 Review of Voluntary Carbon Market

This slide pack and recording contains the presentation from Trove’s April 26 webinar on key developments in the voluntary carbon market in the first quarter of 2022, together with an…

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Voluntary Carbon Market: 2021 in Review and 2022 Outlook

This report presents Trove Research’s quarterly update on the voluntary carbon market. This issue contains summary charts for 2021 and our forecasts for 2022. We show that the value of…

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1Q21 Review Of Voluntary Carbon Market Transactions

In our Q1 2021 review of Voluntary Carbon Market (VCM) transactions we deliver key insights into the growth of the VCM and its fundamental drivers. We consider the causes of…

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The Global Voluntary Carbon Market – Dealing with the problem of historic credits

Established over a decade ago, the market for carbon offsets (known as the voluntary carbon market), is undergoing a surge of interest. It is used by firms as a method…

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