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Mark Carney-led task force aims to improve carbon offset market

The UN special envoy for climate action has assembled a team of about 40 representatives from large private-sector firms—including Unilever, Nestlé, BP and Shell—to analyze voluntary carbon-offsetting measures and identify ways to scale them while maintaining credibility in the space. (Reuters)

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