COP26: Crunch talks over Paris Agreement carbon market rules begin in earnest

Michael Holder
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Alok Sharma (middle) with UNFCCC chief Patricia Espinosa (left) | Credit: UK Cabinet Office
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Alok Sharma (middle) with UNFCCC chief Patricia Espinosa (left) | Credit: UK Cabinet Office

Nations agree Article 6 negotiating text, fuelling hopes diplomats can hammer out long-sought after deal to finalise Paris Agreement rulebook

Crunch talks over carbon market rules have begun in earnest at COP26, with nations having last night agreed a key negotiating text on Article 6 of the Paris Agreement, which diplomats are hoping to finalise...

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