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1bono de carbono masculine
- Companies who go over the limit have to purchase carbon credits elsewhere.
- President Barak Obama has strongly advocated an auction system for carbon credits.
- The company hopes to turn a profit by selling carbon credits.
- Under pressure from lobbyists, the EU was over-generous in its allocation of carbon credits.
- Business has responded very positively to a tender for projects to reduce emissions, which can be rewarded with carbon credits.
- This year's budget will apparently include a further allocation of carbon credits to spur new projects.
- In fact, some private markets have already started offering carbon credits for sale by owners of such land.
- Now people talk of using carbon credits to protect similar areas around the world.
- The trading of carbon credits could make forests an important component of the international carbon market in the future.
- Those wishing to use more energy would be forced to buy low-carbon technology or purchase carbon credits.
- Those emissions will have to be covered by the purchase of carbon credits on the international market.
- The Minister said in his reply to me that my supplementary question was about carbon credits.
- In Europe we are the largest trader of carbon credits, having traded over one billion to date.
- Carbon credits in this country have got wind power going.
- Farmers will benefit if prices in a mandatory carbon market rise and you're allowed to sell carbon credits.
- Air travel taken by event staff and musicians will be offset through carbon credits.
- He said this would reduce the need for the Government to buy this amount of carbon credits in the future.
- It will not continue to need carbon credits.
- The value of a carbon credit plummeted.
- It could be as carbon credits traded on private or public markets or both.