Arneman, Kate
July 2010
Australian Geographic;Jul-Sep2010, Issue 99, p114
The article focuses on carbon offsetting by Australia. It states that offset providers generate carbon credits by renewable energy resources, tree planting and waste diversion. It reports that United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change certifies carbon offsets from projects in developing countries. Developed countries can buy these offsets to meet their emissions reduction targets.


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