Indeed there are, and carbon credit markets could save forestland in many developing countries. Returns on deforesting land have been so paltry in the past few years (generally netting only $5 per ton of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere). Developed countries instead paying people to not cut down their forests could offer much higher returns, as would paying people in developing countries to actually plant more trees in programs similar to what GreenAnswers.com does.
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