Watch: How GM is displacing indigenous Brazilians to create offsets for its SUVs

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Mark Schapiro’s story from our November/December issue, “GM’s Money Trees,” on a controversial carbon-offset in Brazil, has just gone live online. Traveling with Mark in the Amazon was a team from Frontline/World, the PBS investigative series, which has a multimedia companion piece to this story up on its new site, CarbonWatch. Here’s a sample of what they found.

 

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