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Money Lenders Demand Governments Underwrite Tulip Bulb Mania

BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Business chiefs urge carbon curbs

A coalition of 99 companies is asking political leaders to set targets for cutting greenhouse gas emissions and to establish a global carbon market....

"We see enormous opportunities for the financial industry, beyond the challenge we face as global citizens," said Caio Koch-Weser, vice chairman of Deutsche Bank.

"If leadership is there to create a Kyoto successor that is based on cap and trade, then it creates a global carbon market - and then we are in business."

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Thought I would reword it for you :
A coalition of 99 companies asked the government to help them get a slice of the kind of serious money Al Gore is making trading mickey mouse carbon credits.

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