emissions trading

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Related to Trading scheme: Carbon trading
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emissions trading

n (St Ex) → Emissionshandel m
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Having placed itself at the spearhead of industry's interests in Europe with the appointment of its chief executive Terry Scuoler to lead Ceemet, UK manufacturers' organisation the EEF has wasted little time in calling for reform of the EU emissions trading scheme.
The World Bank welcomes Kazakhstan's joining the Partnership for Market Readiness (PMR), a grant-based global partnership for capacity building to scale up climate mitigation, and supports the PMR's decision to admit Kazakhstan as a Technical Partner by providing a US$ 1 million grant to support implementation of the National Emission Trading Scheme.
The ECX was created by the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU-ETS) in 2005 to help the European Union (EU) achieve its obligations under the Kyoto Protocol to reduce carbon emissions.
Summary: China, the world's largest carbon emitter launched on Tuesday its first carbon trading scheme aimed .
A New York state appeals court ruled on Thursday that Kluger was automatically disbarred in New York by pleading guilty to a $37 million insider trading scheme in December 2011.
Eastern Airways, a UK based airline operating in the UK out of Norwich, has pushed for a reassessment of the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) reporting practices by the UK Government.
If the EU's Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) is anything to go by, big carbon emitters, such as cement and coal mining companies from New South Wales to Guangdong, could be reaping massive windfalls in the years to come.
airlines, is joining Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood in resistance to the application of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS), which seeks to unlawfully tax U.
airlines and their customers from participating in the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS).
Around 15 sectors could receive public aid to compensate for higher electricity prices resulting from the introduction of the EU's Emission Trading Scheme (ETS).
The carbon emissions trading scheme limits industry emissions of carbon dioxide, while allowing companies to buy credits if they want to emit more, or sell credits if they are able to reduce emissions.
The executive committee of the Arab Air Carriers Organisation (CO) met in Doha with their focus on the controversial European Union Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) being implemented by on airlines using EU airspace.