emissions trading

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Related to Carbon trade: Carbon credits
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emissions trading

n (St Ex) → Emissionshandel m
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Deutsche Bank (NYSE: DB) said in a statement that it is still investigating allegations about carbon trade manipulations.
It had been reported that 80% of carbon trade is contributed by Europe.
Different constraints confronting the carbon trade business has been excellently explored in this paper.
Summary: MOSCOW - Countries opposed to an EU law forcing the world's airlines to pay for greenhouse gas emissions agreed on a basket of retaliatory measures, adding to a series of threats that have raised the prospect of the globe's first carbon trade war.
Back in May-June 2010 the announcement of the Environment Ministry that Bulgarian will not be able to benefit from carbon trade came shortly after the European Commission approved the long-delayed and troubled carbon dioxide plan of the country, paving the way for 132 Bulgarian industrial plants to raise cash by selling their quotas.
They don't, for example, answer the question of why so many corporations and states pushed for the inclusion of large volumes of offsets in carbon trade markets.
Oscar Reyes is a researcher with Carbon Trade Watch (www.carbontradewatch.org <http://www.carbontradewatch.org/>), a project of the Transnational Institute, and environment editor of Red Pepper magazine (www.redpepper.org.uk <http://www.redpepper.org.uk/>).
Dubai: The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) will soon launch a carbon trade initiative based on carbon credits, bringing best practice into the region and contributing to a sustainable environment, a top official said.
job loss, but also threatens our economic security abroad by starting a new international carbon trade war," Bond said Thursday.
Although that is essentially what the carbon trade is about, it is of course much more complicated in the real world.