Kyoto for commuters

December 2006
Nature;12/21/2006, Vol. 444 Issue 7122, p971
Academic Journal
The article discusses the practice of carbon offsetting, which allows people to support climate-friendly projects anywhere the world. Details of carbon offsetting schemes and emissions trading are presented. Organizations like Carbon Neutral Company and Atmosfair sell credits to the people for their carbon offsetting efforts. The article, however, stresses on the need for proper regulation and accreditation for the success of offsetting.


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