Alberta could see higher emissions and lower offset demand in some sectors if the poll-leading opposition party alters the Canadian province’s carbon pricing policy for large installations, economists and market participants said.
Alberta could see higher emissions and lower offset demand in some sectors if the poll-leading opposition party alters the Canadian province’s carbon pricing policy, economists and market participants said.
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