The analysis of the EU carbon market enacted under the Kyoto Protocol found that only 14 percent of the claimed greenhouse gas reduction offsets under the program were even “plausible,” resulting in the equivalent of about 600 million additional metric tons of carbon dioxide into our atmosphere.
The analysis of the EU carbon market enacted under the Kyoto Protocol found that only 14 percent of the claimed greenhouse gas reduction offsets under the program were even “plausible,” resulting in the equivalent of about 600 million additional metric tons of carbon dioxide into our atmosphere. LUKE SHARRETT New York Times file
The analysis of the EU carbon market enacted under the Kyoto Protocol found that only 14 percent of the claimed greenhouse gas reduction offsets under the program were even “plausible,” resulting in the equivalent of about 600 million additional metric tons of carbon dioxide into our atmosphere. LUKE SHARRETT New York Times file

Another View: EU’s failing carbon market a lesson for California

September 12, 2015 05:00 PM

UPDATED September 14, 2015 02:06 PM

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