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It Depends On How You Look At It

Is Carbon trading essentially just the right to pollute or is it ridding the world of greenhouse gases?  Reducing carbon dioxide takes work - benchmarking current output, reducing and capping output and then determining offsets, such as planting trees.  Plus government regulation.  Lots of regulation and complying with those regulations.

It's a big world out there, and what was done in Europe should work here.  What are we waiting for?  The government?  Nah.  It's called private enterprise, works every time.  Anyone want to start carbon trading here?

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