What would a link-up between China and the EU's carbon markets mean for emissions trading?

Madeleine Cuff
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UK's chief climate envoy has revealed to BusinessGreen that China is developing a carbon trading system scheme that will be "compatible" with the EU's - but what will this mean in practice?

Over the past few months newspapers have been full of reports detailing the UK's deepening relationships with China, from the Chinese backing of a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point to the "clean...

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