August 2007
Rachel's Democracy & Health News;8/2/2007, Issue 918, p2
The article presents the Durban declaration on carbon trading, signed by various representatives of people's movements and independent organizations on October 10, 2004 in Durban, South Africa. The signatories reject the claim that carbon trading will halt the climate crisis. They argue that this crisis has been caused more than anything else by the mining of fossil fuels and the release of their carbon to the oceans, air, soil and living things.


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