EU ETS carbon price breaks €20 per tonne mark, as demand increases ahead of looming market reforms
The EU carbon price has broken €20 per tonne for the first time since 2008 this morning, as impending reforms to the market drive speculators and businesses to stockpile allowances. The price of carbon...
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All the winners and highly commended entries from the fifth annual BusinessGreen Technology Awards