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Expertise on whether carbon could become the biggest of any derivative product over the next 4-5 years?

Wednesday, March 12, 2008
"...carbon would be the most valuable commodity traded on global markets within a decade.".

A SQUARE :: 12Mar08 Expertise on whether carbon could become the biggest of any derivative product over the next 4-5 years?
Category Carbon Credits and Forest Certification
Author Sona Blessing
Forests have a great potential because they do sequester a lot of carbon in a cost efficient manner. Also, preventing deforestation prevents releases of huge volumes of carbon into the atmosphere. The challenge is to create effective carbon credits or certified emission offsets.
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