Spring is the season of love – and what better way to say "I love you" than with low-carbon nuptials? The British Royals did it, and so has the Gold Standard with its “Carbon for Water” program and the Santiago Carbon Exchange in its new partnership with the Verified Carbon Standard. You’ll find all the details in this week’s V-Carbon News.
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13 May 2011 | Everyone knows that spring is the season of love – and what better way to say “I love you” than with low-carbon nuptials? As you may have already heard (unless you live under a rock), the world’s favorite royal couple were wed last week in an over the top – and remarkably
Although the event reportedly generated more than
But the royals aren’t the only ones coupling up – the last month has seen the announcement of several unions, with VCS and Fundacií³n Chile joining forces to
And from many emerging relationships, new carbon reduction strategies are being born – including two new methodologies from the
But it’s not all rosy – like with any relationship, there’s sometimes trouble in paradise. RGGI has seen its fair share of relationship woes of late, with the State of
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