Carbon Tracker: Businesses could face continued EU carbon price surge

James Murray
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Carbon Tracker: Businesses could face continued EU carbon price surge

Major new study details how carbon prices across the bloc could double by 2021 if the EU moves to make emissions trading scheme compatible with the Paris Agreement

EU carbon prices topped €13 a tonne this week, continuing the recent bullish run that has revived hopes the bloc's carbon market could yet play a major role in driving low carbon investment across the...

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