Flaws in Australia’s carbon credits schemes undermine transparency, new report finds

An independent study backs whistleblower’s warning of ‘significant integrity problems’ in carbon market

Criticisms raised by a whistleblower who called Australia’s carbon credits “largely a sham” have been supported in a new report commissioned by the Albanese government.

The study by the Australian Academy of Science, requested by the independent Chubb review, examined strengths and limitations of four methods used to generate Australian carbon credit units by reducing or avoiding emissions.

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