California cap-and-trade work resumes after court win

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Appeal court ruling allows regulators to continue work on state-wide emissions trading scheme

Plans to introduce a state-wide emissions cap-and-trade scheme in California from the start of next year are back on schedule after a court ruled that regulators could proceed with the controversial proposals....

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