UN study raises prospect of South American habitat banking bonanza

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Brazil, Costa Rica, Chile, and Mexico regarded as particularly suitable for biodiversity version of carbon credits

Central and South American countries could be at the forefront of a major new global market selling credits for protecting biodiversity, according to a report published today at the UN's biodiversity summit...

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