Thursday, May 31, 2007

Carbon Credits Explained

"A carbon credit is a financial instrument at the end of the day. It's a commodity that you trade, you hedge, you forward, you use to meet your obligation of emission reduction."

- Ed Heslop, CEO of Environmental Credit Corporation

In light of "An Invconvenient Truth", rising gas prices and endless media coverage on alternative fuels, we wanted to highlight a recent addition to the collection where Ed Heslop, president of Environmental Credit Corporation defines carbon credits and discusses the rewards and challenges of trading this "commodity".

In addition to Heslop, other entrepreneurs and experts have spoken with eClips about developments within the energy sector. Interested in hearing more? Check out comments from Daniel Goldman and Daniel Kammen as well.

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