From neutral into drive

Tandukar, Amita
March 2007
BRW;3/15/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p74
Trade Publication
The article discusses the emergence of carbon offsets as a new and potentially lucrative global community, with carbon traders predicting a multibillion-dollar global market for offsets in the near future. Concerns, however, have been raised regarding the lack of transparency and regulation in the global market for carbon offsets.


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