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Why Are The Economics of Forests & The Carbon Offset Market Taking Root Now?

The main way to make money from trees used to be chopping them down and selling them to sawmills....

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18.29 26 Aug 2021


Why Are The Economics of Forests & The Carbon Offset Market Taking Root Now?



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18.29 26 Aug 2021


The main way to make money from trees used to be chopping them down and selling them to sawmills. But now, people are getting paid to do the opposite. Wall Street Journalist Ryan Dezember explains to Gavin McLoughlin why the economics of the carbon offset market and why it's finally taking root.

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