Do Carbon Offsets Live Up To Their Promise?

[The Christian Science Monitor] In 2006, “carbon neutral” became the New Oxford American Dictionary’s word of the year, evidence not only of the “greening” of our culture, but of our language as well. As scientists predict another bout of record-setting temperatures this year, climate concerns may soon “green” our wallets as well. By all accounts, 2007 is poised to see the industry of carbon neutrality — so-called carbon offsetting — grow dramatically. In theory, the idea is simple.
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