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    • The Green Business
    • selling and buying of carbon credits
    • 1 carbon credit (CER)  = 
    • GHGs  are emi?ed while fulfilling energy  needs
    • excess of green‐house effect is  bad
    • need to offset
    • key characterisCcs pollu3ng countries less‐pollu3ng countries       > thinly populated            > thickly populated         > relaCvely wealthy       > relaCvely poor
    • how do polluCng countries offset  the excess? by tapping into the available gap  of less‐polluCng countries 
    • Demand = offset required by  polluCng countries Supply = available gap of less‐ polluCng countries
    • the vehicle, which connects  demand and supply
    • project to generate energy  with no/reduced GHGs e.g.  solar, wind, bio‐gas plants
    • $$$
    • $$$
    • carbon  credits $$$
    • in an ideal world a project would produce Carbon Credits and put them up in market which polluCng country will buy to offset  excess 
    • in a real world infrastructure projects require large  investments and less‐polluCng countries are poor => investment forward‐buys Carbon Credits
    • perspec3ves
    • Haves fund clean energy projects => 
    • haves dictate use of clean energy to  have‐nots,