Trapper Keepers 

By storing carbon, timber companies stand to profit under cap-and-trade. But at what cost?

When the California Air Resources Board last week approved a landmark cap-and-trade plan, it marked a monumental step in the effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. But some unlikely critics worry that the new policy was something of a misstep. The new…

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