Carbon market feasibility assessment: Potential for ESP to enter the carbon markets
Development Alternatives, Inc.
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"The purpose of the Carbon Market Assessment was to determine the feasibility of developing a strategy for one or more Pilot Payment for Environmental Service schemes using carbon credits as the commodity of trade. The consultancy focused on the opportunities to design projects that link to ongoing Environmental Services Program (ESP) activities and leverage the strengths of ESPs community mobilization activities throughout Indonesia.
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