Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Peruvian Amazon trees a niche market for carbon trading

Peruvian Amazon
Trees grow faster in the Amazon rainforest -- the lungs of the planet -- than anywhere else in the world, and can reach between six to 12 metres (18 to 36 feet) in just one year.

Photo courtesy of Jeffrey Yamaguchi/Flickr

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