Plan to remove 900 million carbon allowances from circulation until 2020 will now be considered by the EU Parliament
The EU Council has today approved plans to consider a temporary fix to the bloc's troubled carbon market, sending the price of carbon permits above €5 a tonne. Officials from member states voted almost...
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Environment Secretary Michael Gove says government is exploring possibility of a full ban, just weeks after similar noises from Scottish government