European Union

Massai, Leonardo
December 2009
Carbon & Climate Law Review;2009, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p503
The article offers information on the developments of the emissions trading systems of the European Union. It explains that the concept of carbon leakage relates to the risk that activities in sectors subject to strong international competition might relocate from the EU to the third countries. It also mentions that the Court of First Instance (CFI) condemned the European Commission in two cases for failure to exercise its power correctly.


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