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Young, Green Entrepreneurs Flock to Carbon Market

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Young, Green Entrepreneurs Flock to Carbon Market

Young, Green Entrepreneurs Flock to Carbon Market

Young, Green Entrepreneurs Flock to Carbon Market

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Once, if you were in your 20s and wanted to save the environment, you might have joined Greenpeace. But climate change and a billion-dollar carbon market that trades in carbon credits — as if they were pork bellies — have created a new career niche.

NPR's Christopher Joyce profiles three young graduates who are carbon entrepreneurs.

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