Australian govt advisory body outlines broad use of market mechanisms from 2018

Published 13:48 on August 31, 2016  /  Last updated at 13:48 on August 31, 2016  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Australia must toughen its climate policies if it is to meet its Paris Agreement obligations, and should use a wide range of market-based mitigation instruments from 2018 including sourcing foreign credits, the Climate Change Authority said Wednesday.

Australia must toughen its climate policies if it is to meet its Paris Agreement obligations, and should use a wide range of market-based mitigation instruments from 2018 including sourcing foreign credits, the Climate Change Authority said Wednesday.

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