MEPs vote to cancel nearly a billion emissions permits as part of latest reforms to the faltering EU emissions trading scheme
The EU is set to cancel almost a billion emissions allowances, under the latest package of reforms to the EU emissions trading scheme (ETS) agreed by MEPs today. MEPs on the European Parliament's Environment...
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