Reactions to ambitious, controversial amendments approved by EU Parliament’s ENVI committee

Published 11:08 on December 15, 2016  /  Last updated at 16:52 on October 8, 2018  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

The European Parliament's environment committee (ENVI), weighing in on the future of the EU ETS after 2020, on Thursday voted in favour of a number of ambitious changes to the scheme, as well as controversial proposals including full EUA auctioning for the cement sector, more EUAA auctioning for aviation and regulating shipping emissions from 2023. Herein is a collection of expert and stakeholder reactions.

The European Parliament’s environment committee (ENVI), weighing in on the future of the EU ETS after 2020, on Thursday voted in favour of a number of ambitious changes to the scheme, as well as controversial proposals including full EUA auctioning for the cement sector, more EUAA auctioning for aviation and regulating shipping emissions from 2023.

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