Flatline on a deadline

Milne, Roger
April 2004
Utility Week;4/1/2004, Vol. 21 Issue 14, p7
Trade Publication
Deals with the failure of Great Britain to meet the deadline for implementing the Emissions Trading Scheme of the European Union in 2004. Overview of the National Allocation Plan of the country; Impact of the delay in meeting the deadline, according to a statement from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs; Views of the Confederation of British Industry on the basis for the involvement of the country in the Emission Trading Scheme. INSET: Good intentions on emissions go up in smoke.


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