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May 12, 2008


Annie Leonard, who gave us the eye-opening, non-nonsense lesson on product life-cycles and environmental impact in her video, The Story of Stuff, has expanded her repertoire. Her new primer on cap and trade is a succinct and informative overview that puts the idea of carbon-trading into perspective. It's explained in her usual jargon-free and honest style, in under 20 minutes: The Story of Cap & Trade.

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