According to Point Carbon, challenges to international negotiations and a low likelihood of a legally binding agreement at the upcoming Copenhagen summit has contributed to the revision in market policies. The impact of the recession on emissions prices has also been cited as a contributing factor.
"The large difference between EU and US positions in the negotiations reduce the likelihood of a satisfactory agreement – from the EU's point of view," says Kjersti Ulset, head of European carbon
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