California governor green lights carbon market link with Quebec

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Jerry Brown says two markets could link up from January next year

Plans to allow businesses in California and Quebec to trade carbon allowances across the border have taken a step forward, after California governor Jerry Brown approved the proposed tie up. Brown yesterday...

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