Do Carbon Offset Programs Really Help Pollution Control?
Carbon offset programs, often used by large corporations to balance their emissions discharge, may prove less useful than hoped.
In a carbon offset market, the reality is that greenhouse gas pollution control anywhere in the world can be just as effective or ineffective in battling climate change hazards as other similar reductions made elsewhere.
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“Climate Change Policy Failures” by Howard A. Latin argues that nearly all of the climate change policy makers have been making mistakes, and offers suggestions for alternatives solutions to minimizing hazards.