Patchwork U.S. greenhouse gas market grows slowly

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NEW YORK, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Dairy farmer Dennis Haubenschild of Minnesota received a nearly $10,000 check for burning methane from decaying cow manure, keeping a gas scientists consider a cause of global warming out of the atmosphere. Tom Arnold at a group called Terrapass in California buys carbon dioxide credits from alternative energy producers for consumers who are trying to compensate for the carbon dioxide levels their big cars emit. Entergy Corp. buys carbon dioxide credits from ...

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