Between a former government employee in Australia claiming a very flawed offsetting system that favors mining interests and a former UK environment minister suggesting offsetting could counter the clearing of ancient irreplaceable woodlands, the market mechanism has had a rough month. Meanwhile, Massachusetts struggles with a strict NNL policy that delivers subpar results.
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