Emissions Trading Schemes in China: the transition from experimental pilots to a national ETS

21 December 2014 - Carbon Trends

EU ETS – MSR debate: The ENVI Committee has published a provisional report supporting the implementation of the mechanism and arguing for increased flexibility. The Parliament’s ITRE Commission suggested adjustments to the mechanism in order to protect industrial competitiveness on 17th November.

EU ETS – MSR timetable: the ITRE Committee will hold an opinion vote on 21st January 2015, while the ENVI Committee will vote on 23rd and 24th February 2015.

2030 Climate & Energy Package: the European Energy and Climate Commissioner supports increasing.

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