An Introduction to Carbon Trading

At one time, carbon dioxide emissions were invisible — not just physically, but economically. But times have certainly changed. The effects of emissions are all too clear — the subject of global movements, of international agreements and a flurry of net-zero...

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Explaining Carbon Sequestration

We once looked at trees and saw only timber. Nowadays we see biodiversity and habitat too. But increasingly, environmentalists, businesses, and land managers alike are looking at trees and seeing a carbon sink —a means of absorbing CO2, the most abundant greenhouse...

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