Carbon Credits Demystified: What Does The Future Hold For Voluntary Carbon Markets?

  • Webinar
  • ESG & Sustainability

Carbon Credits Demystified: What Does The Future Hold For Voluntary Carbon Markets?

Wednesday, June 01, 2022

The voluntary carbon market has become re-energized in recent years, as ESG climbs to the top of the corporate agenda. Historically, the market was limited in size and undermined by a lack of confidence in the suitability of voluntary credits as a mechanism for decarbonization. Agreement on Article 6 at COP26 in 2021 has reawakened the market, with the value topping $1 billion in 2021. 

This webinar charts the development of voluntary carbon markets, examines the impact of Article 6 and identifies key corporate trends that will shape the market in the years to come. Executives should use this webinar to inform decarbonization strategies and better understand the current and future path of the voluntary carbon market. 

On this webinar

Connor Taylor

Industry Analyst

Connor is an Industry Analyst in the ESG & Sustainability practice. His current research agenda focuses on emerging software solutions across financial markets, and broader market trends in the ESG space. Connor joined Verdantix in 2021 and has experience in EHS technology sales and development. He holds a B.A from Cambridge University in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic.


Alessandra Leggieri is a research analyst specialised in ESG & Sustainability. Her background is in Biology (BSc Imperial College London), with a focus on Environmental Sciences. Prior to joining Verdantix she completed a Master's degree in Environmental Technology with Distinction. Her thesis project looked at biodiversity-friendly pest management decisions in communal gardens, which involved a collaboration with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. She has experience with both quantitative and qualitative data analysis, using R and NVivo. During her free time she enjoys finding new recipes to try, as well as roller skating in Hyde Park (UK weather permitting!).