Top economist says South Australia should join California ETS

Published 11:51 on September 18, 2020  /  Last updated at 00:05 on September 19, 2020  /  Americas, Asia Pacific, Australia, Canada, US  /  No Comments

The state of South Australia should seek to join California’s emissions trading scheme or form a domestic carbon market in order to generate and sell offsets from greenhouse gases stored in soil or water, one of the nation’s most prominent economists has recommended in a government-commissioned report.

The state of South Australia should seek to join California’s emissions trading scheme or form a domestic carbon market in order to generate and sell offsets from greenhouse gases stored in soil or water, one of the nation’s most prominent economists has recommended in a government-commissioned report.

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