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Top Korean steelmaker earns carbon-credits with afforestation project in Uruguay

Monday, December 13th 2010 - 04:51 UTC
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Korea’s POSCO major forestation project in Uruguay has been accredited by the United Nations as helping offset the steel-maker's huge carbon footprint. The Korean steel-maker registered the CDM (Clean Development Mechanism) business with the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) to earn carbon credits through its afforestation project in Uruguay. Read full article

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  • Phil Halse

    When will we see the truth about Carbon Emissions , 10 years
    from now ? The admissions that this is simply another RORT ,perpetrated so the true culprits and the moneymakers in all of the environmental vandalism dont have to repair the damage they have done out of their ill gotten , illegal and immoral
    financial gains . Time to have a social revolution and put these greedy pigs on notice to fix it and stop what you are doing now or face some very serious personal retaliation and consequences . Stop them now or there will be no planet and no decent world for the next generations .

    Dec 21st, 2010 - 07:07 am - Link - Report abuse 0

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