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Hackers Steal Millions in Carbon Credits

I just read this interesting article on wired.com about a group of hackers that "stole" millions in carbon credits by breaking into the German Emissions Trading Authority site and rewriting some of the log entries there on which companies had how many credits left, etc.
Here's the link to that article.

Matt Nisbet, Ph.D

An assistant professor in American University’s School of Communication and a Health Policy Investigator for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Nisbet’s current research on climate change communication is just one example of his contribution to policy-making debate.

Matt Nisbet, Ph.D

An assistant professor in American University’s School of Communication and a Health Policy Investigator for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Nisbet’s current research on climate change communication is just one example of his contribution to policy-making debate.

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Matt Nisbet

An assistant professor in American University’s School of Communication and a Health Policy Investigator for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Juliet Eilperin

A Washington, D.C. native and Washington Post writer since 1998, Eilperin has reported on the environment since April 2004.

Kate Sheppard

 
Kate Sheppard is currently based in Washington, covering energy and environmental politics for Mother Jones. Sheppard has also written for Grist.org and The American Prospect.

Jane Hall

After a nine-year term with the Los Angeles Times, which included a run for the Pulitzer Prize, Hall has become a distinguished instructor on media and politics.