Interpol publishes guide to catching carbon crooks

08/15/2013 | Environment News Service

Interpol is on the trail of criminals who seek to subvert the world's carbon markets and has published a new guidebook to help local investigators spot and put an end to carbon-market malfeasance. "It is imperative that the carbon-trading markets remain secure from fraud, not just to protect financial investment, but also because the global environment depends upon it," said Andrew Lauterback, chair of the Interpol Environmental Crime Committee.

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