Australia in talks to link carbon market with California

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Climate Change Minister looks to forge links between two-month-old scheme and forthcoming Californian platform

Australia has reportedly opened talks with the US state of California to link their planned carbon markets. Mark Dreyfuss, the country's Climate Change and Energy Efficiency Minister, has used a visit...

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