Finland mulling domestic carbon market to tackle transport emissions

Published 12:32 on February 16, 2021  /  Last updated at 02:08 on January 25, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Finland is setting up a working group to consider implementing a domestic carbon market to tackle transportation emissions, the government announced Tuesday, while an EU consumers' group has warned against the idea of bringing the sector under a cap-and-trade programme over risks of harming the poorest citizens.

Finland is setting up a working group to consider implementing a domestic carbon market to tackle transportation emissions, the government announced Tuesday, while an EU consumers’ group has warned against the idea of bringing the sector under a cap-and-trade programme over risks of harming the poorest citizens.

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