Reports & Commentary

Trove Research regularly publishes deep dive reports and short opinion pieces, as well as hosting occasional webinars / events, on the voluntary carbon market and corporate climate commitments. Trove Intelligence subscribers have full access to all our material. Some pieces are made freely available and can be found below.

COP 27, 6 days to go: will carbon markets get a shake-down in Sharm?

COP 27, 6 days to go: will carbon markets get a shake-down in Sharm?

COP26 had the headline-grabbing agreement on Article 6, but did it really change the direction of carbon markets? While it…

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3Q22 Review of Voluntary Carbon Market

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…

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Trove’s Updated Carbon Industry Classification

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…

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

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…

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Raising the bar: Will new policies deliver higher carbon credit quality?

Raising the bar: Will new policies deliver higher carbon credit quality?

This slide pack and recording contains the presentation from Trove’s September 12th webinar on key policy development regarding carbon credit…

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1H22 Review of Voluntary Carbon Market

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…

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Impact of the voluntary carbon market on tropical forest countries – implications for corresponding adjustments

Impact of the voluntary carbon market on tropical forest countries – implications for corresponding adjustments

This study, funded by the Environmental Defense Fund, estimates the capacity of tropical forest countries to meet forecasted corporate demand…

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Using carbon credits to enhance corporate climate action

Using carbon credits to enhance corporate climate action

This slide pack and recording contains the presentation from Trove’s June 2022 webinar on using carbon credits to enhance corporate…

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Voluntary Carbon Market Integrity Initiative – Provisional Claims Code Of Practice

Voluntary Carbon Market Integrity Initiative – Provisional Claims Code Of Practice

The Code Giveth More to the Voluntary Carbon Market Than It Taketh Away On Tuesday 7 June, the Voluntary Carbon…

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1Q22 Review of Voluntary Carbon Market

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…

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1Q22 Update – Carbon Neutral Fuel Claims

1Q22 Update – Carbon Neutral Fuel Claims

This quarter’s Carbon Neutral fuels report shows a significant drop in the number of shipments claiming carbon neutral status. Only…

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