Ross Gelbspan | December 21, 2006 By Ross Gelbspan • Thursday, December 21, 2006 - 08:33 Tweet MAIL PRINT The huge profits from that trading scheme will be divided by the chemical factory’s owners, a Chinese government energy fund, and the consultants and bankers who put together the deal from a mansion in the wealthy Mayfair district of London Tweet EMAIL PRINT SUBSCRIBE Ross Gelbspan's blog ‹ PREVIOUSRandom weather notesNEXT ›Glad Tidings -- Not! View the discussion thread. Comments Ottawacon replied on Thu, 2006-12-21 13:43 Permalink Not sure what your point is Does it reduce GHG emissions? Yes. Does the environment compare about the motivation behind the abatement? No. Johhny replied on Thu, 2006-12-21 13:57 Permalink Mother nature doesn't care Thing that gets me about economy vs. enivronment arguments, is that mother nature really doesn’t care about economic squabbles or geo-politics. We continue to hear the economics of the global warming issue, which continues to stall action, and none of this enters into any factors effecting our biosphere.