European Parliament approves carbon market reforms

James Murray
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European Parliament approves carbon market reforms

But campaigners warn plans to cancel excess carbon allowances do not go far enough

The European Parliament has today backed proposals to reform the EU's emissions trading scheme (ETS) beyond 2021 in a bid to push up prices in the world's largest carbon market and drive increased investment...

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