* U.S. carbon traders buy/sell CO2 in California redwoods * Voluntary market tests what makes a carbon credit good * Global market could develop after December climate talks By Peter Henderson GARCIA RIVER FOREST, Calif., Aug 21 (Reuters) - A stand of young redwoods, survivors in what was once a magnificent forest of towering giants, could play a small part of the battle to slow global warming -- and forms part of an emerging market. The trees, which trap quantities of the carbon ...
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