Carbon credits agreement 'at risk'

October 2005
European Power News;Oct2005, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on Denmark's warning that its carbon credit agreement with Russia can be rescinded as early as November 2005 unless the government of Russia adopts regulations on the implementation of the Kyoto Protocols. Denmark has alerted Russia on several risks related to their carbon credit agreement, including the cancellation of the deal if Russia fails to follow emission control regulations.


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