By the numbers: Kyoto offset use in the EU ETS since 2014

Published 17:58 on May 11, 2018  /  Last updated at 11:05 on May 14, 2018  /  China, EMEA, EU ETS, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, Mexico, Middle East, Other APAC, South & Central  /  No Comments

Fossil fuel-based projects in developing and eastern European countries have been the largest individual beneficiaries from selling offsets to emitters in the EU ETS since 2014, while more than 75% of the credits came from just two countries.

Fossil fuel-based projects in developing and eastern European countries have been the largest individual beneficiaries from selling offsets to emitters in the EU ETS since 2014, while more than 75% of the credits came from just two countries.

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