Report: EU Emissions Trading System is becoming an 'anti-climate policy'

Jessica Shankleman
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Campaign group Sandbag warns ailing system is now cancelling out CO2 reductions from renewable energy and energy efficiency directives

The European Union's carbon trading scheme has delivered a price of carbon that is so low that it risks becoming an "anti-climate policy", cancelling out hundreds of millions of tonnes of emissions savings...

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