- People buying worthless credits that do not yield any carbon reduction
- Industrial companies profiting by closing plants
- Lack of transparent information for assessment of efficacy of carbon reduction programs.
Not one of the companies listed as corporate investments by GIM appears to have anything whatsoever to do with reducing green house gases. An observer, perhaps the Financial Times, can draw a conclusion on whether GIM and its Founder fail the sniff test as described above.
Okay, anyone who can point, click, and read can.