Judge halts California's carbon market plan

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Cap-and-trade plans forced to pause, after judge orders regulator to investigate alternative options

California's plans to establish one of the world's largest carbon markets have been dealt a serious blow, after a judge ruled last week that state regulators must put the plans on hold until they have...

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