Bloomberg New Energy Finance and the non-profit organization Forest Trends have released their State of the Voluntary Carbon Markets 2012 report that says that the market for voluntary carbon offsets achieved a 3 year high in 2011. In that year, more than $576 million in offsets were traded, with the U.S. representing the largest source of demand. The biggest year for trading of offsets was 2008, when the total was $776 million.
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State of the voluntary carbon markets 2012
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- David Leiter, Sarah Litke and Daniel Phillips
- June 10 2012
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