New Gresham House forestry fund to pay investors in carbon credits

Credits can be sold or used for offsets

Pedro Gonçalves
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Gresham House planted more than nine million trees in 2020
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Gresham House planted more than nine million trees in 2020

Gresham House has launched a UK forestry strategy, which will pay investor distributions in carbon credits that can either be "sold to provide income" or used to "address carbon emissions".

Investors will receive distributions in the form of verified carbon credits that can be retained for ‘insetting' purposes - to address carbon emissions in their sphere of influence or portfolio - or sold...

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