EU Commission unveils post-2020 plan to cut emissions outside ETS

Published 11:49 on July 20, 2016  /  Last updated at 12:03 on July 22, 2016  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

The European Commission has proposed allowing some richer EU nations to cancel part of their post-2020 ETS auction volumes and let big farming nations use cuts in land-use (LULUCF) emissions to help meet 2030 climate goals in sectors not regulated by the bloc’s carbon market.

The European Commission has proposed allowing some richer EU nations to cancel part of their post-2020 ETS auction volumes and let big farming nations use cuts in land-use (LULUCF) emissions to help meet 2030 climate goals in sectors not regulated by the bloc’s carbon market.

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