New South Korean president seen as good news for climate, carbon market

Published 16:36 on May 10, 2017  /  Last updated at 16:41 on May 10, 2017  /  Asia Pacific, China, Climate Talks, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, New Market Mechanisms, South Korea  /  No Comments

The election of left-leaning liberal Moon Jae-in as South Korea’s new president is set to bring about a review of the nation’s coal expansion plans and could slow the process of loosening rules under its emissions trading scheme, according to experts.

The election of left-leaning liberal Moon Jae-in as South Korea’s new president is set to bring about a review of the nation’s coal expansion plans and could slow the process of loosening rules under its emissions trading scheme, according to experts.

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