"Farmers Hurt By Collapse Of Carbon Credits Market"

"With the cap-and-trade legislation aimed at curbing global warming stalled in Congress, there's an almost-complete collapse of the market for carbon credits. That means profits are drying up for people who are paid to create those carbon credits -- like farmers who manage their land in ways that capture carbon dioxide in the soil."

Sarah McCammon reports for Iowa Public Radio on NPR's All Things Considered March 18, 2010.

Source: NPR, 03/19/2010