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price of carbon
 n.— «James Cameron, a founder of Climate Change Capital, a merchant bank specialising in emissions trading, told edie that this move would drive down the price of carbon.» —“UK cuts reduction targets in revised NAPS plan” by David Hopkins Environmental Data Interactive Exchange (South Croydon, Surrey, U.K.) May 7, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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