Bloomberg New Energy Finance predicts price of carbon in South Korean scheme could hit $90 a tonne
South Korea is preparing to introduce the world's most ambitious emissions trading scheme, potentially paving the way for carbon costs as high as $90 a tonne for many of the country's key industries. ...
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Acting on climate change won't cost us the earth, but inaction will, argues IPPR's Josh Emden
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