Officials Stress Need For Carbon Trading Deal At Glasgow Climate Talks

September 9, 2021
Officials from the United States and other key countries are emphasizing the need to reach a deal on long-pending carbon trading rules during November’s international climate meeting, arguing that failure to reach agreement threatens the ambition of countries’ climate efforts and the integrity of claimed emissions cuts. The trading rules are a key priority for the Nov. 1-12 meeting in Glasgow, Scotland, though countries will also be watched more broadly for whether they ramp up the ambition of their national...

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