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Australian Climate Madness

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

PNG climate office's "improper dealings" in carbon credits

It was always only a matter of time. Yesterday, I was blogging about the AFP's new role as "carbon cops" and I wondered what the possible climate crimes might be. I guessed some kind of fraud or scamming. As if by magic, and right on cue, we have the perfect example from PNG:
The head of Papua New Guinea's Office of Climate Change has reportedly been suspended amid allegations of improper deals involving carbon credits.

The national newspaper is reporting PNG's cabinet has decided to suspend Dr Theo Yasause while dealings at the Office of Climate Change are investigated.

The investigation was launched after media reports said the office had been making million-dollar carbon trading deals with foreign companies before a policy and legislation were in place.

Read it here.


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