Moving the goal posts and scoring an own goal: MEPs allow more offsets to meet non-ETS targets

November 2008
MarketWatch: Energy;Nov2008, Vol. 7 Issue 11, p10
Market Research Report
The article provides updates on the developments of the Phase II of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme in 2008. According to the article, Phase II is proving to be a lot more successful and is on track to deliver significant levels of carbon abatement. However, recent signals from the European Parliament's industry committee could destroy the scheme's credibility.


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