ANALYSIS: The ‘ugly sister’ of climate policies, carbon pricing still crucial to limit warming

Published 21:30 on October 4, 2016  /  Last updated at 08:45 on October 5, 2016  /  Canada, Carbon Taxes, China, China's National ETS, Climate Talks, EMEA, EU ETS, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, New Market Mechanisms, US  /  No Comments

Carbon pricing is touted by nations rich and poor as a crucial response to climate change, but despite so far failing to play a sustained role, the measures are still seen as crucial given the scale of the problem.

Carbon pricing is touted by nations rich and poor as a crucial response to climate change, but despite so far failing to play a sustained role, the measures are still seen as crucial given the scale of the problem.

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