carbon emissions trade

Mason, Mike
January 2005
Globalization & Development: A Glossary;2005, p23
Reference Entry
An encyclopedia entry for "carbon emissions trade" is presented. It refers to an idea that would allow the U.S., Canada, Australia, Japan and Russia to pay other countries to compensate for their carbon emissions. The idea is supported by the Liberal Party of Canada and is opposed by Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth.


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