Canada’s Nova Scotia introduces cap-and-trade legislation, but critics slam proposed market’s design

Published 23:26 on September 29, 2017  /  Last updated at 18:41 on November 1, 2017  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

Nova Scotia has introduced legislation underpinning its proposed cap-and-trade scheme, with the Canadian province’s market expected to include just 20 companies when it launches late next year, though critics are already slamming the programme as being poorly designed.

Nova Scotia has introduced legislation underpinning its proposed cap-and-trade scheme, with the Canadian province’s market expected to include just 20 companies when it launches late next year, though critics are already slamming the programme as being poorly designed.

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