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The United Kingdom : A case study on emissions trading

27 May 2015 - Special issues

The UK was the first European country to establish an emission trading scheme under the mandate of the Kyoto Protocol. Despite having integrated in the EU ETS in 2007, the UK has developed it’s a Carbon Price Floor, a unique national EU ETS feature among participants.
Published in May 2015 by I4CE  together with the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) and the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF).

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