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  November 15, 2017

Is Carbon Trading Just a License to Pollute?


Market-based pollution credit schemes undermine environmental laws and disproportionately affect lower-income neighborhoods and communities of color, says Food & Water Watch's Scott Edwards
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Scott Edwards is the co-director of the climate and energy policy team at Food & Water Watch, as well as a co-director of Food & Water Justice, Food & Water Watch's legal arm. Scott works on a number of climate related efforts to move the US away from carbon-based fuels to 100% renewable energy systems as rapidly as possible, including opposing the buildout of oil and gas infrastructure and fighting off ineffective market schemes to carbon control.


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