Government defends carbon trading strategy

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Conflicting studies reignite debate over viability of carbon cap-and-trade

The government has today underlined its commitment to carbon trading as one of its primary mechanisms for curbing global greenhouse gas emissions, despite the release of a new report from lobby group Sandbag...

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