Carbon traders slam "politicised" ban on industrial gas credits

James S Murray
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Traders pour scorn on European Commission over botched carbon credit announcement

The Carbon Markets and Investors Association (CMIA) has criticised the European Commission's decision to ban the use of industrial gas offset credits in the EU's emissions trading scheme, warning that...

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