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    Raised Voices on the G8

    28 June 2005
    Article
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    Where the Trees are a Desert

    29 June 2005
    Article
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    Hoodwinked in the Hothouse

    04 July 2005
    Article
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    Trading the Absurd

    01 November 2005
    Article
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    Kyoto fails indigenous peoples on climate justice

    Heidi Bachram
    01 December 2005
    Article
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    Carbon Offset Controversy at Phone Co-op AGM

    Heidi Bachram
    28 January 2006
    Article
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    The camp at the end of the world

    Heidi Bachram
    01 July 2006
    Article
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    Carbon credits and the green desert

    Heidi Bachram
    01 September 2006
    Article
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    Kyoto: a false consensus?

    Larry Lohmann, Larry Lohmann interviewed by Heidi Bachram
    01 November 2006
    Article
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    'Obscenity' of carbon trading

    Kevin Smith
    09 November 2006
    Article
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    Stern Words While in Europe They’re Trading Hot Air

    Kevin Smith
    01 December 2006
    Article
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    South Africa: Capital's Dangerous Gimmick

    Patrick Bond, Rehana Dada, Graham Erion
    01 December 2006
    Article
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    Carbon cop-outs

    Kevin Smith
    01 December 2006
    Article
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    A licence to carry on polluting?

    Larry Lohmann
    05 December 2006
    Article
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    Carbon trading fraud

    Praful Bidwai
    30 December 2006
    Article
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    A Policy Paved With Good Intentions

    Boris Kagarlitsky
    18 January 2007
    Article
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    Climate Negotiations

    24 January 2007
    Article
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    Climate change expert seeks expansion of carbon trading

    James Kanter, Alan Cowell
    25 January 2007
    In the media
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    Building Alternatives

    25 January 2007
    Article
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    Carbon Trading

    • Larry Lohmann
    25 January 2007
    Book

    Instead of reducing the extraction of fossil fuels and searching for other solutions, current carbon-trading policies, in practice, favour the further exploitation of these fuels.

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