We can put a price on carbon by determining the amount of carbon being released and multiply that by a market value price. This market value price is often determined by the amount it would cost to turn that carbon into oxygen (i.e. wetlands). In May 2007 the World Bank’s carbon finance unit released figures to show that the global carbon market last year trebled to $30 billion from $11 billion in 2005.
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