Audubon forest in South Carolina sells carbon credits

11 August 2014

A black water swamp in South Carolina owned by the Audubon Society is helping companies in California meet their carbon emission goals to ease global warming.

About 5,200 acres of the 17,000-acre Francis Beidler Forest, Audubon Center and Sanctuary near Harleyville have been registered with California's cap and trade program as carbon offsets in a program that also brings dollars to preserve the South Carolina landscape.

Read more at The Sacramento Bee.