Climate Change Connections

Brown, Sally
January 2010
BioCycle;Jan2010, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p49
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's view on the issues regarding carbon exchanges and credit and their link to greenhouse gas (GHG) and climate change. The author delves on the critical condition of carbon credit in the world and notes the efforts of several governments ion different countries in mitigating the GHG. Furthermore, the author also looks at the carbon credit projects in the U.S.


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