Getting in on the action

Wozniak, Lara
July 2009
FinanceAsia;Jul2009, p52
The article focuses on the benefits of engaging into carbon trading for developing countries. It has been suggested that developing countries can make use of the clean development mechanism projects in order to produce tradable carbon credit. This tradable carbon credits refers to certified emissions reductions (CERs) which is efficient in fighting against climatic changes. This has been anticipated to benefit Asian companies.


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