California carbon market lawsuit not deterring Oregon legislators’ ETS push

Published 17:54 on October 25, 2019  /  Last updated at 21:26 on January 30, 2020  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

Oregon lawmakers will not alter their plans to pass a WCI-modelled carbon market bill next year in light of this week's US Department of Justice (DOJ) lawsuit against California’s cap-and-trade linkage with Quebec, but the state could forgo linking with the Canadian province as the legal challenge shakes out.

Oregon lawmakers will not alter their plans to pass a WCI-modelled carbon market bill next year in light of this week’s US Department of Justice (DOJ) lawsuit against California’s cap-and-trade linkage with Quebec, but the state could forgo linking with the Canadian province as the legal challenge shakes out.

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