US emissions - State of play

The US may have introduced the world to the concept of trading pollution allowances with its acid rain program in 1990, but the attention of the worldwide environmental finance and trading community is now squarely focused on the European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) for carbon emissions. While the current US federal administration dismisses the idea of constraining greenhouse gas emissions, a flurry of activity is taking place at all other levels of US government, from the nation

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