Another Inconvenient Truth

[BusinessWeek online] … A growing number of organizations, corporations, cities, and individuals are seeking to protect the climate — or at least claim bragging rights for protecting the climate. Rather than take the arduous step of significantly cutting their own emissions of carbon dioxide, many in the ranks of the environmentally concerned are paying to have someone else curtail air pollution or develop “renewable” energy sources (see BusinessWeek.com, 2/1/07, “Ethanol: Too Much Hype — and Corn”). Carbon offsets, as the most common variety of these deals is known, have become one of the most widely promoted products marketed to checkbook environmentalists.
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