UK’s future in EU ETS is distinct from EU exit, stresses UK climate minister  

Published 13:39 on November 28, 2017  /  Last updated at 20:54 on November 28, 2017  /  Carbon Taxes, EMEA, EU ETS, International, Kyoto Mechanisms  /  No Comments

The UK's future in the EU ETS is distinct from its move to exit the bloc, though the government is exploring options to trade carbon with other partners as some in the EU seek to use the issue as a Brexit bargaining chip, Britain's climate minister Claire Perry said Tuesday.

The UK’s future in the EU ETS is distinct from its move to exit the bloc, though the government is exploring options to trade carbon with other partners as some in the EU seek to use the issue as a Brexit bargaining chip, Britain’s climate minister Claire Perry said Tuesday. 

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