emissions trading


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Related to emissions trading: Carbon trading, emission permits
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emissions trading

n (St Ex) → Emissionshandel m
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In contrast to regulation which imposes emission limit values on particular facilities, emissions trading gives companies the flexibility to meet emission reduction targets according to their own strategy; for example by reducing emissions on site or by buying allowances from other companies who have excess allowances.
China, the world s biggest emitter of greenhouse-gas emissions, is working to cut its carbon emissions by implementing emissions trading schemes.
The emissions trading market in the United States will likely be three times larger than the EU market, thereby encouraging greater participation from financial institutions and increasing its depth and breadth.
Towards auctioning; the transformation of the European greenhouse gas emissions trading system; present and future challenges to competition law.
The US government is unlikely to sign up to the Kyoto Protocol, or any similar initiative, claims Graham Stuart, emissions trading expert at London and Birmingham law firm Martineau Johnson.
Andrei Marcu, former President of the International Emissions Trading Association and former CEO of Bluenext, who is one of the corporate sector pioneers in the area of climate change and sustainable development, - Franck Bernard, former business developer with MASDAR and with EdF Trading-a part of EaAelectricitEaA[umlaut] de France-who has been a pioneer in negotiating emissions reduction purchase agreements, - Carl Vevle, a seasoned portfolio manager with experience at BP, Fortis and JP Morgan, - Li Xing, an expert on the Chinese and Southeast Asian markets, with experience at Deutsche Bank.
The proposal will apply emissions trading to all aircraft flying to or from Europe, reportedly covering the entire length of each flight.
Professor Anita Engels of the University of Hamburg will reveal the results of the first academic survey of participants in the European Union's Emissions Trading Scheme.
Another incentive category that tends to trouble environmentalists is "open market" emissions trading, which is a scheme developed by the EPA in 1995.
The subcommittee will discuss how to set up a market for such emissions trading.
What is missing right now are the rules and regulations, and that is why there is uncertainty," says Gary Hart, president of the Emissions Trading Association.
Still, the EPA has gone ahead with a project to test international greenhouse gas emissions trading with Russia.
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