Hanbury-Tenison, Robin; Gelbspan, Ross
June 2002
Ecologist;Jun2002, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p34
Presents a debate on carbon emissions trading. Views of a supporter of carbon-emissions trading; Comments on reliance on international carbon trading.


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