Mark Carney's carbon market plan puts polluters above the planet

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Former Bank of England Governor's plan to establish a $100bn-a-year global market for CO2 offsets contains three major flaws that urgently need addressing, argues Greenpeace UK's John Sauven

In less than two weeks, a new group set up by former Bank of England governor Mark Carney will be releasing its recommendations on how to establish a $100 billion-a-year global carbon market. The goal...

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