Carbon pricing kick start needed

December 2007
Modern Power Systems;Dec2007, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p8
The article focuses on the call of Vattenfall chief executive Lars Josefsson on business leaders and governments to develop a global policy framework to combat climate change. According to the author, Josefsson has outlined the Combat Climate Change's (3C's) recently launched roadmap at the World Energy Congress in Rome on November. He added that to overcome the global climate problem, 3C has recommended specific action steps that world governments should make a priority.


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