Having exposed the corrupt government in Papua New Guinea, the UN’s carbon market watchdog is riding high. But Emil Pfeffer, its head of market integrity, is in meltdown. The perpetrators have snatched his girlfriend, Johanna, as insurance that his inquiries will go nofurther.
Wracked by guilt and desperate to find her, Emil finds himself thrust into the high stakes battle being waged for control of the world’s remaining recoverable fossil fuels. It’s economic war for hegemony over global energy into the future, being played out in Australian domestic politics, where coal mining and the Great Barrier Reef are locked in a fight to the death.
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