California watchdog to ‘more pointedly’ call out allowance glut, suspect offsets

Published 22:26 on November 30, 2021  /  Last updated at 23:35 on November 30, 2021  /  Americas, Carbon Taxes, US  /  No Comments

A California independent advisory committee laid out options on Tuesday for how the state’s cap-and-trade programme could better align with climate targets while highlighting issues such as carbon border measures and the spike of non-compliance trading, as it debated its annual recommendations.

A California independent advisory committee laid out options on Tuesday for how the state’s cap-and-trade programme could better align with climate targets while highlighting issues such as carbon border measures and the spike of non-compliance trading, as it debated its annual recommendations.

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