Report: No simple way to calculate CO2 emissions

10/22/2009 | NYTimes.com

An accounting irregularity that considers bioenergy derived from plants and organic matter to be carbon neutral is creating problems in calculating greenhouse-gas emissions, scientists say in report published in the Science journal. "The basic point is that if humans set up systems that don't share nature's value system, we're setting up the wrong incentives," said Pacific Northwest National Laboratory scientist James A. Edmonds, who recently released a report with similar conclusions.

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