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Carbon Pricing & Trading News from Australia, California, China, South Korea, & More

  Consideration of carbon pricing and trading, a market-based (not regulation-based) approach to addressing global warming, may still be outlawed by GOP leadership in Congress, but countries around the world (and even several US states) keep moving forward with planned or existing carbon pricing and trading programs. Below is some of the latest news from [...] Related posts: South Korea on
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