EU welcomes Australia into carbon scheme

October 2012
TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Oct2012, Issue 856, p17
Academic Journal
The article reports on the agreement between the European Union and Australia to link their carbon trade schemes to create the first inter-continental ties between markets in the trading of permits or allowances for greenhouse gas emissions.


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