Japan, South Korea oppose move to bring global shipping into EU carbon market

Published 17:30 on November 26, 2020  /  Last updated at 22:39 on November 26, 2020  /  Asia Pacific, EMEA, EU ETS, International, Japan, Shipping, South Korea  /  No Comments

Japan and South Korea have voiced concerns over EU plans to extend the scope of its ETS to include emissions from all voyages using the 27-nation bloc’s ports, which the European Commission is considering as part of its carbon market reform plans.

Japan and South Korea have voiced concerns over EU plans to extend the scope of its ETS to include emissions from all voyages using the 27-nation bloc’s ports, which the European Commission is considering as part of its carbon market reform plans.

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