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Darkwoods and Encana not credible carbon offsets

Part of the Darkwoods forest in B.C.'s West Kootenay
B.C.'s Auditor General finds the provincial government's claim to being carbon neutral since 2010 not credible.

His report also says the Pacific Carbon Trust, the government body that acts as the middle man between carbon offsets buyers and sellers did not do a credible job with its two largest projects, Encana and the Darkwoods Forest in the Kootenays.

Morris Sydor is the assistant to the auditor general.

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