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Carbon offsets have little impact on global warming

A joint investigation by The Christian Science Monitor and the New England Center for Investigative Reporting "found that individuals and businesses who are feeding a $700 million global market in offsets are often buying vague promises instead of the reductions in greenhouse gases they expect." Carbon offsets are unregulated and often linked to projects that are never completed. In other instances, they are paying for projects that would have been completed without them.

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