emissions trading

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emissions trading

n (St Ex) → Emissionshandel m
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The United States, they said, should combine a domestic carbon price with a "border carbon adjustment system." By backing tariffs that would reflect the carbon intensity of key imports, they broke with the free-market orthodoxy that national environmental policies should not impede global trade liberalisation.
A carbon price is a conceptually simple method to influence a variety of markets and behaviors without "command and control" directives.
That charge, called a carbon price, is the amount that must be paid for the right to emit one tonne of CO2 into the atmosphere.
Just last month, the Carbon Disclosure Project revealed that the number of companies with plans to pursue internal carbon price mechanisms has grown to almost 1,400 globally, up from 150 in 2014.
Last month, the Carbon Disclosure Project revealed that the number of companies planning to pursue internal carbon price mechanisms has grown to almost 1,400 globally, up from 150 in 2014.
* implementing a new carbon price on greenhouse gas (GHG) pollution;
Second, it would help reduce the potential hardships from a carbon price and the political backlash that those hardships may cause.
The idea of carbon pricing has even been adopted by many oil and gas companies - with the provisos that the carbon price should be levied as widely as possible, at an equal rate, and hit consumption rather than production of fossil fuels.
The key features of his proposal are summarized as follows: "A low-carbon economy could be achieved through the imposition of a moderate carbon price. But a fully voluntary agreement cannot include countries that export a significant amount of fossil fuel.
The uncertainties of electricity output price, fuel input price, and carbon price are taken into consideration in the model establishment; then the investments value of CCS can be evaluated in the simulation period which will help electric plants make a decision of whether to adopt CCS technology.