CDM one option

November 2010
Finweek;11/25/2010, p72
The article discusses the importance for mining and mineral companies to consider options to reduce their carbon footprint and earn credits in South Africa. It cites the assessment of SRK Consulting senior environmental scientist Nikki Fisher regarding the importance for companies to make use of the United Nation's Clean Development Mechanism to earn extra income from selling carbon credits. It advises companies to consider co-generation projects to conserve energy and cut down emissions.


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