Solvay pushes to get controversial offsets approved in Korea ETS

Published 16:40 on July 20, 2016  /  Last updated at 16:44 on July 20, 2016  /  Asia Pacific, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, South Korea  /  No Comments

Belgian chemicals maker Solvay is pushing South Korea to allow the use of controversial offsets from N2O projects in its emissions trading scheme, a move that could allow the firm to sell some 9 million credits a year to Korean emitters.

Belgian chemicals maker Solvay is pushing South Korea to allow the use of controversial offsets from N2O projects in its emissions trading scheme, a move that could allow the firm to sell some 9 million credits a year to Korean emitters.

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