Japan signs deal to buy Czech carbon [scam] credits
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Japan signed a deal with the Czech Republic Monday to buy permits to emit 40 million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) that the central European country has not used.
Czech Environment Minister Martin Bursik declined to elaborate on the value of the deal but said he expected to get 10 billion crowns (361 million euros, 476 million dollars) for this and similar deals this year.
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One particular quote in the RSPB press release proved particularly attractive, being used by the BBC, Telegraph and Daily Mail. It’s from Pearce-Higgins:This is the most worrying development that I have found in my scientific career to date.