Joint Implementation: the good, the bad and how to avoid the ugly

5 October 2015 - Carbon Trends - By : Ian COCHRAN, Phd

Joint Implementation: the good, the bad and how to avoid the ugly
In order to avoid the ‘ugly’ effects – both in JI and in potential future instruments valorizing emissions reductions – accountability has to be incorporated into the system.

EU ETS Directive
On July 15th, the EU Commission released a legislative proposal to revise the EU ETS Directive post-2020, translating into legislation the October 2014 Council Conclusions

EU ETS carbon leakages provisions
The legislative proposal includes a 43% share of free allocation from 2021 to 2030, a new carbon leakage list representing 93% of industrial emissions, an update of production levels and benchmarks every five years.

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