Phnom Penh Post, 26 November 2014, by Eddie Morton
“Representatives from France-based NGO the Group for the Environment, Renewable Energy and Solidarity (GERES) presented the results of a 10-year stovetop installation program, which ran from 2003 to 2013.
‘We were the first one to register a cooking-stove project to the voluntary carbon markets, which is a way to claim carbon credits, ‘ Mathieu Ruillet, Southeast Asia director of GERES, said during a roundtable discussion on climate finance in Phnom Penh yesterday.'”
Full article here: http://www.phnompenhpost.com/business/carbon-credits-tough-sell