Corobrik could double earnings from Lawley CDM project

The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) has agreed to change the registered carbon credit project for South African brick manufacturer Corobrik to double the carbon credits earned from the Fuel Switch project at its Lawley factory, in Johannesburg.

The project was registered by the UNFCCC in 2006 under former rules as the second registered Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) project in South Africa. However, in 2010, Corobrik requested that the new rules be applied to the already registered project.

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