UK unveils post-Brexit carbon market plans featuring price floor, tighter emission cap

Published 19:59 on June 1, 2020  /  Last updated at 15:45 on June 2, 2020  /  Aviation/CORSIA, Carbon Taxes, EMEA, EU ETS, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, New Market Mechanisms  /  No Comments

Britain is aiming to establish its own domestic carbon market from 2021 that may or may not link to the EU ETS, the UK government confirmed on Monday as part of its long-awaited response to a public consultation, proposing a few ambitious features of its own.

Britain is aiming to establish its own domestic carbon market from 2021 that may or may not link to the EU ETS, the UK government confirmed on Monday as part of its long-awaited response to a public consultation, proposing a few ambitious features of its own.

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