Carbon markets are entering a period of accelerated evolution, requiring the incorporation of carbon values.
• The carbon marketplace has become more transparent—and further boosted by global commitments to net zero.
• A wider appreciation of timberland’s ability to cost-effectively capture CO2 is translating into the broader incorporation of carbon values into valuation and investment strategies.
• Carbon policies now place a higher premium on carbon credit projects that physically remove GHG rather than on those that focus on the avoidance or displacement of fossil fuels.
• Carbon-oriented investment objectives are expected to increasingly compete against those focused on commercial timber production.
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