Market stability mechanisms both a necessity and deterrent to ETS linking -study

Published 22:15 on June 22, 2020  /  Last updated at 01:22 on June 23, 2020  /  Americas, Asia Pacific, Carbon Taxes, China's National ETS, Climate Talks, EMEA, EU ETS, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, Mexico, New Market Mechanisms, Other APAC, South & Central, South Korea, Switzerland, US  /  No Comments

Mechanisms that help manage unexpected shocks in emissions trading schemes are a necessary consideration when weighing the linking of two carbon markets, however existing ones can also act as a deterrent to connecting systems, according to a study released late Friday.

Mechanisms that help manage unexpected shocks in emissions trading schemes are a necessary consideration when weighing the linking of two carbon markets, however existing ones can also act as a deterrent to connecting systems, according to a study released late Friday.

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