Its not so simple. That’s the reason why accords like the Copenhagen and Kyoto protocols are so hard to agree to. Countries that pollute more want to reduce the costs of sequestration and storage as much as possible while those that have the best chances to store or sequester carbon want the price to be as high as possible. If it were as simple as saying for each ton of carbon dioxide a country sequesters is worth $5-US, it would be easier, but it’s not realistic to believe that number can be so easy to come to.
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