1. Carbon credit market confidence ebbs as big names retreat

    By: Susanna Twidale and Sarah McFarlane LONDON (Reuters) - Voluntary carbon markets have shrunk for the first time in at least seven years, as companies including food giant Nestle and fashion house Gucci reduced buying and studies found several forest protection projects did not
  2. Are Flight Fees Claiming to Offset Carbon Emissions the Real Deal?

    When booking flights in recent years, travelers may have noticed a new add-on fee to their purchase: a carbon offset fee that claims to lessen the environmental impact of flying. USA TODAY reported that these fees fund climate change action that would “make up for a certain amoun