SA state govt backs restrictions on Australia’s use of international offsets

Published 08:36 on May 8, 2017  /  Last updated at 08:36 on May 8, 2017  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Australia should only use international carbon credits to achieve emission cuts beyond its 26% minimum commitment under the Paris Agreement to help develop the domestic offset industry, said the South Australian state government, while reiterating that the country should have a carbon trading scheme for electricity generators.

Australia should only use international carbon credits to achieve emission cuts beyond its 26% minimum commitment under the Paris Agreement to help develop the domestic offset industry, said the South Australian state government, while reiterating that the country should have a carbon trading scheme for electricity generators.

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