Forests

What are carbon credits and how can they help fight climate change?

Carbon credits can help protect the environment. Image: REUTERS/Bruno Kelly

Teresa Hartmann

Lead, Climate and Nature, World Economic Forum Geneva

Douglas Broom

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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