Motoring group to trade in carbon credits

Motorists could offset their carbon dioxide emissions by funding forestry projects in Mexico, under a proposal by an international motoring body which has already pledged $55,000 to offset emissions from Formula One racing. But the plan, which marks a step towards global trading in greenhouse gas credits, has met with scepticism from some UK motoring and environmental groups which advocate measures closer to home.


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