The Basics of Carbon Trading

November 2000
New Zealand Forest Industries Magazine;Nov2000, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p14
Trade Publication
Explains the impact of emissions trading policies in New Zealand on the country's forest industry. Strategies proposed on how the industry can meet carbon and emissions credits; Techniques for determining how carbon credits are valued. INSET: Who owns the carbon?.


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