Sustainable Finance and Investment

What’s the value of carbon? It depends on how you price it

"CO2" written in cloud across blue sky: Carbon pricing should be standardized.

Carbon pricing should be standardized. Image: Unsplash/Matthias Heyde

Pedro Ahlers
Innovation Architect for Sustainability, SAP
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