Linking up: The potential for a joint EU-South Korea carbon market

Hawkins, Sonja; Jegou, Ingrid
June 2014
Bridges Trade BioRes;Jun2014, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p4
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the potential benefits of emissions trading schemes (ETSs) for a joint European Union (EU) and South Korean carbon market. Topics discussed include the projected business-as-usual (BAU) emissions by 2020, the policy for low-carbon investment, and the challenges to linking the EU and South Korean ETSs.


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