What does the Article 6 Rulebook mean for REDD+?
December 16

On the 13th of November 2021, six years after the adoption of the Paris Agreement by 196 countries at COP-21, negotiators finally completed the “Article 6 rulebook,” which allows for cooperation among countries in meeting and going beyond their nationally determined contributions (NDCs). It is also the Article that enables international carbon markets under the Agreement.

Now Available: CORSIA Carbon Market Data from Ecosystem Marketplace
ICAO Environment CORSIA Newsletter
December 1
  |  Carbon Market

Following the announcement of the ICAO-EM partnership, Ecosystem Marketplace will publish updated data monthly on CORSIA-eligible carbon credit prices.

Article 6 and its Glasgow Rulebook: the Basics
November 16
  |  Carbon Market

Following up on our coverage of the Glasgow Climate Talks (COP26), here is a summary of Article 6 and its rulebook.

What COP26 Means for Forests and the Climate
November 15

What’s needed to make this time different? WRI finds what emissions benefits would occur if all countries made good on their commitments to combat and reverse forest loss.

Carbon Market Rules Formally Enshrined in Glasgow Package
November 13
  |  Carbon Market

Six years after signing off on the Paris Climate Agreement, negotiators have agreed on rules for implementing Article 6, paving the way for more effective cross-border cooperation.

Experts Speculate that Article 6 Rules will Pass Once Finance Package is Agreed
November 12
  |  Carbon Market

The coffee is flowing as negotiators load up for another night of talks, but the growing support for loss and damage finance could help break an impasse over provisions for a transaction fee on international carbon transactions.

Breaking: New Carbon Markets Text Shows Progress on Article 6.4, but 6.2 Remains Stalled
November 12
  |  Carbon Market

A new draft text of Article 6 has been released, showing agreement on the migration of the Clean Development Mechanism into Article 6.4, with corresponding adjustments required from the outset. Article 6.2, however, is still severely marked up.