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Chesapeake Bay scientists urge caution on nutrient trading

ANNAPOLIS — An environmental group is urging caution in developing a nutrient trading program to cut Chesapeake Bay pollution. Nutrient trading allows polluters to buy credits for reductions made by others. The concept has been proposed to limit pollution from nitrogen and phosphorus, so-called nutrients that fuel oxygen-robbing algae blooms in ...