European Official tells Reuters European Commission is considering allowing controversial credits to be used in bilateral deals
Carbon credits produced from destroying industrial gases may bypass an EU order banning them from 2013 and enter Europe's emissions trading scheme by way of bilateral emission reduction deals between individual...
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Road traffic in Great Britain has increased from 255 billion road miles in 1990 to 328 billion in 2018, with ultra low emission vehicles only making up a tiny proportion of the vehicle fleet
Indian conglomerates Mahindra & Mahindra, and Godrej Consumer, among firms promising to run cooling operations more efficiently as part of EP100