Norway-based consulting firm Det Norske Veritas (DNV) has been allowed to resume validating clean development mechanism (CDM) projects, the United Nations CDM Executive Board has announced. DNV was suspended from its role as a designated operating entity on December 2 last year after 'non-conformities' with Kyoto Protocol guidelines were identified.
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