is anOccasional Paper Seriespublished by theDag Hammarskjöld Foundation.It is also available online atwww.dh.uu.se.This issue o Critical Currents is publishedin cooperation with Carbon Trade Watch(www.carbontradewatch.org), the Transna-tional Institute (www.tni.org) and The Cor-ner House (www.thecornerhouse.org.uk). Itis based on
Carbon Trading: a critical conversa-tion on climate change, privatization and power
,edited by Larry Lohmann and published as
Development Dialogue no. 47
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