UN cafbon offsets still a major target for fraudsters

Interpol has warned of the continuing high potential for fraud in the UN carbon reduction schemes that feed hundreds of millions of credits into the EU ETS

Interpol has warned of the continuing high potential for fraud in the UN carbon reduction schemes that feed hundreds of millions of credits into the EU emissions trading scheme (EU ETS).

The expansion of carbon markets worldwide will increase the potential for criminality in the sector, the international policing organisation said in a report published on 2 August.

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