Link or stand alone: Two conflicting views on a post-Brexit UK ETS

Published 05:23 on August 3, 2019  /  Last updated at 09:42 on December 14, 2020  /  Carbon Taxes, EMEA, EU ETS, UK ETS  /  No Comments

There are conflicting views on how a post-Brexit UK emissions trading scheme should operate, with one side calling a standalone market "the worst" option and the other deeming it "essential" in giving the country the freedom to increase its climate ambition and allowing it to remain a global low-carbon leader.

There are conflicting views on how a post-Brexit UK emissions trading scheme should operate, with one side calling a standalone market “the worst” option and the other deeming it “essential” in giving the country the freedom to increase its climate ambition and allowing it to remain a global low-carbon leader.

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