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Republic of Korea : A case study on emissions trading

27 May 2015 - Special issues

In January 2015, the Republic of South Korea’s ETS officially began. The system features the second largest emissions cap after the EU ETS and the largest sectoral scope including ; waste, buildings and aviation.
Published in May 2015 by I4CE together with the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) and the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF).

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