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The World Bank, along with the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) and the government of Singapore, launched a new carbon credit platform “CAD Trust” to clean up the market and integrate several registries.
The World Bank developed two jurisdictional assessment tools under the Mitigation Action Assessment Protocol (MAAP) – the Domestic Carbon Pricing Instruments (MAAP-CPI) and the International Transfer Readiness (MAAP-ITR) in 2020.
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International cooperation through market-based instruments, if designed well, could reduce the cost of implementing Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) by more than half...
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The World Bank and its partners, including Singapore, presented the Climate Action Data Trust (CADT) at the Asia Climate Summit (ACS). Climate Action Data Trust (CAD Trust) is a joint initiative of IETA, The World Bank, and the Singapore government, along with a variety of governments and public and private organizations. CAD Trust will provide an open-source metadata system to share information about carbon credits and projects across digital platforms, easing future integration of multiple registry systems. The event will introduce the CAD Trust and present the vision behind the Initiative.