Killing with kindness? How the EU ETS helped cement sector get dirtier

Published 08:00 on October 12, 2016  /  Last updated at 09:16 on October 12, 2016  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Europe’s cement sector CO2 emissions are kept higher by rigid EU ETS rules that incentivise overproduction and prevent cleaner alternatives from getting a foothold, environmental campaigners Sandbag said in a report Wednesday.

Europe’s cement sector CO2 emissions are kept higher by rigid EU ETS rules that incentivise overproduction and prevent cleaner alternatives from getting a foothold, environmental campaigners Sandbag said in a report Wednesday.

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