BBC radio program on CDM with Jutta Kill and Himanshu Thakkar
| Thursday, 05 June 2008
Good half hour BBC radio program blasting the CDM with material from India and interviews with Jutta Kill, Himanshu Thakkar and others.
Carbon Trading - Part Two
What can be done about global warming?
The international community is resting much of its hopes on a practice known as carbon trading.
And under the main UN scheme, rich countries are able to offset their emissions by paying for projects in poor countries.
However, the BBC has unearthed disturbing evidence that the system is fundamentally flawed.
In this two-part special investigation, Mark Gregory delves into this multi-billion US-dollar industry and discovers that carbon trading is not working and emissions are not being cut.
If you missed Part One, you can listen to it again below.
Carbon Trading - Part 1