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Loopholes and low ambition hinder carbon market progress

UN negotiators cannot seem to agree the rules for operating a global carbon market. Jennifer Johnson looks at whether it’s truly possible to create an equitable trade in carbon credits.

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EW Feb 2020 pp32-33 OA.pdf

Journal title: Energy World

Publisher: Energy Institute

Subjects: Carbon taxation - Energy markets - Prices - Policy and Governance -

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