California claims federal government’s ETS linkage challenge based on pure speculation

Published 18:52 on June 23, 2020  /  Last updated at 18:52 on June 23, 2020  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

California’s cross-border ETS linkage with Quebec does not present any conflict with the Trump administration’s decision to leave the Paris Agreement, and the federal government’s Foreign Affairs Doctrine challenge to the programme is rooted in unsupported speculation, according to court filings released late Monday.

California’s cross-border ETS linkage with Quebec does not present any conflict with the Trump administration’s decision to leave the Paris Agreement, and the federal government’s Foreign Affairs Doctrine challenge to the programme is rooted in unsupported speculation, according to court filings released late Monday.

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