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Cautionary tale: carbon trading and carping loggers

In New Zealand an official carbon-trading scheme is not running smoothly. It's perhaps a cautonary tale for other countries or regions looking at carbon-trading as a way to curtail greenhouse gas emissions.
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Written by Harry Fuller on

In New Zealand an official carbon-trading scheme is not running smoothly. It's perhaps a cautonary tale for other countries or regions looking at carbon-trading as a way to curtail greenhouse gas emissions.

New Zealand's a signator to the Kyoto Protocol which led that nationto try carbon-trading as a way of coping with industrial CO2 emissions.

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