Louisiana Perks Up for the Emerging Carbon Trade Market

Gambit | June 25, 2008
The rapidly evolving industry — dubbed the "cap-and-trade" market — pays sellers, typically landowners, for sequestering carbon dioxide by growing trees and plants that remove it from the atmopshere with the potential of limiting the level of pollutants that contribute to global warming.


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