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Robert Höglund

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May 21, 2024

Introducing Milkywire's Updated White Paper on Internal Carbon Fees

Milkywire releases the latest edition of the white paper, Guidance on setting an internal carbon fee, providing explanations, guidance and examples for companies.

2 min read

Anna Samuelsson

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May 17, 2024

Financing Nature Restoration: Addressing the Ambition Gap with an Internal Nature Fee

Discover learnings from the climate space on the gap between companies' willingness to pay and their ability to do so, why a contribution logic is essential and helpful, and practical steps to implement it.

4 min read

Natalya Yakusheva Jarlebring

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May 07, 2024

Beyond the EU Deforestation Regulation: The Strategic Role of the Milkywire Forest and Landscape Fund

Explore the pivotal role of Milkywire's Forest and Landscape Fund in forest restoration and deforestation prevention, amidst the EU's new regulations.

2 min read

Robert Höglund

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May 01, 2024

Expanding carbon removal horizons - Milkywire selects thirteen new cutting-edge projects.

After an extraordinarily competitive selection process, Milkywire has selected new carbon dioxide removal (CDR) suppliers for the Climate Transformation Fund.

8 min read

Milkywire

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Apr 18, 2024

Celebrating three years of Give One achievements – unveiling the next chapter with the Nature Transformation Fund

Milkywire & Klarna launch the Nature Transformation Fund to boost collective action for nature and biodiversity.

2 min read

Milkywire

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Mar 18, 2024

Milkywire & Gold Standard Unveils Comprehensive Guide for Effective Beyond Value Chain Mitigation

Milkywire, alongside Gold Standard and Murmur, released a guide for Beyond Value Chain Mitigation

3 min read

Robert Höglund

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Mar 05, 2024

Direct air capture is cheaper than you think

A new study was shared widely estimating the cost of direct air capture to be higher than projected, but we show that the cost of DACCS might actually be lower in the near term than people are assuming.

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