Oregon should throttle complementary policies when rolling out carbon market -study

Published 21:17 on November 6, 2018  /  Last updated at 23:15 on November 6, 2018  /  Americas, Canada, RINs & LCFS, US  /  No Comments

Oregon regulators should consider ending complementary GHG reduction policies if the state wants to promote a cost-effective and environmentally-sound cap-and-trade programme in the future, according to a new study from a Harvard professor and an economic consultant.

Oregon regulators should consider ending complementary GHG reduction policies if the state wants to promote a cost-effective and environmentally-sound cap-and-trade programme in the future, according to a new study from a Harvard professor and an economic consultant.

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