IETA proposes EU-wide carbon monitoring group to tackle recent corruption, while urging for light-touch regulation
An international trade group representing the carbon market has this week called on EU authorities to avoid unnecessary regulation of the European emissions trading scheme (ETS). In a report released...
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Having inked its first major US renewables deal, the fast food giant is now exploring to curb emissions from its thousands of franchises