UN steps up carbon offsetting investigation

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CDM Executive Board orders further research into allegations that producers of HFC gases have been 'gaming' the system

The UN panel responsible for the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) has announced plans to intensify an investigation into allegations that some companies are deliberately increasing greenhouse gas emissions...

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