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Let’s stop people scamming billions from the carbon market

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Fionnuala Walravens from the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) explains that HFC-23 emissions from developing countries are higher today than before the CDM began. She argues that this growing problem is not being adequately dealt with via carbon markets and suggests an alternative model that should be given further consideration.

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