Carbon markets back from the brink of collapse, says World Bank

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Carbon markets back from the brink of collapse, says World Bank

Development of major new markets in China and reforms in Europe have provided a crucial boost as countries look at tools to cut carbon and meet their Paris climate targets

Global carbon markets have been revived from the brink of collapse as, after years in the doldrums, recent developments have provided a much-needed boost, according to a new report from the World Bank....

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