Pricing the tonne of carbon that tips us into climate catastrophe

December 2009
Ecologist;Dec2009, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p14
The article is said to be a winning essay regarding global warming, carbon offsetting, and negotiating the purchase of a carbon emission credit. The hypothetical purchase is defined to be for the carbon credit that will result in irreversible environmental effects associated with anthropogenic climate change.


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