In September 2013, I wrote about a company called Wellz Zable. The company is based in London and sells carbon credits as an investment. The website is full of the usual nonsense that these companies put out about carbon credits. Like this, “A number of buyers are purchasing different types of credits under all of…
Earlier this week, a commenter on REDD-Monitor asked about a company called Carbon Neutral Trading Exchange. My response was sceptical. It seemed to me that this was a company that looked as though it was attempting to profit by selling over-priced voluntary carbon credits.
In November 2012, REDD-Monitor reported on a company called Enviro Associates. The BBC had secretly filmed Luke Ryan, a director of the company, making misleading claims about carbon credits as investments. Ryan said there was “serious money” to be made.
By Chris Lang In November 2012, the BBC broadcast a programme about a company called Enviro Associates that is selling voluntary carbon credits as an investment. Enviro Associates was offering carbon credits for sale at a price of £5.50 each.
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