California's Carbon Offset Program Is a Disaster

California's Carbon Offset Program Is a Disaster
California Department of Fish and Wildlife via AP

Along the coast of Northern California near the Oregon border, the cool, moist air off the Pacific sustains a strip of temperate rainforests. Soaring redwoods and Douglas firs dominate these thick, wet woodlands, creating a canopy hundreds of feet high.

But if you travel inland the mix of trees gradually shifts.

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