EU nations’ CO2 price floor efforts win World Bank praise as global pricing revenues double in 2017

Published 10:00 on May 22, 2018  /  Last updated at 22:56 on September 15, 2020  /  Americas, Asia Pacific, Carbon Taxes, EMEA, EU ETS, International  /  No Comments

EU nations such as France are moving in the right direction in their efforts to impose a carbon price floor in addition to the ETS because recent price rises still leave the market and other mechanisms insufficient for tackling climate change, according to World Bank climate chief John Roome.

EU nations such as France are moving in the right direction in their efforts to impose a carbon price floor in addition to the ETS because recent price rises still leave the market and other mechanisms insufficient for tackling climate change, according to World Bank climate chief John Roome.

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