EU nations scrambling to halt rising illegal trade in super-pollutants

Published 20:32 on October 11, 2019  /  Last updated at 07:29 on October 12, 2019  /  China, Climate Talks, EMEA, International, New Market Mechanisms  /  No Comments

The EU is battling to curb surging illegal imports in potent Chinese-made F-gases, with smugglers set to bring in products this year with more global warming impact than the greenhouse gas emissions of a mid-sized European country.

The EU is battling to curb surging illegal imports in potent Chinese-made F-gases, with smugglers set to bring in products this year with more global warming impact than the greenhouse gas emissions of a mid-sized European country.

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