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South Korea on Verge of Carbon Trading Scheme

  On Wednesday, a key South Korea committee voted a carbon trading scheme forward, sending it to South Korea’s national Legislation and Judiciary Committee. The carbon trading scheme could be voted on in parliament on February 16. As in many places, the scheme isn’t without controversy, so this is rather big news. The scheme, if [...] No related posts.
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