ETS 2: Are carbon markets about to get serious?

James Murray
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European Union flag flying outside Parliament in Brussels

EU agrees sweeping reform package for its emissions trading scheme fuelling hopes it could help accelerate decarbonisation efforts globally

The EU this weekend agreed the biggest expansion to date of its emissions trading scheme (ETS), promising that sweeping reforms to the world's largest carbon market will drive investment in green infrastructure...

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