Local law firm Sullivan & Worcester LLP recently helped the Van Eck Forest Project in northern California -- where 2,200 acres of redwood trees will absorb 500,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions over the next 100 years -- register those 500,000 tons of CO2 as carbon offset credits, the first ever in the state of California. The forest project administrators can, in turn, sell those credits.
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