Canada unveils carbon trading plans
Market could start operations later this year; environment minister hopes domestic market will grow into North American version
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
The Canadian government has taken its long-delayed step towards carbon trading that it hopes will lead to a North American marketplace embracing the United States and Mexico.
Environment Minister Jim Prentice released draft rules for a federal carbon-offset scheme, including which projects will qual....
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Complement to regional markets
Will emissions just be moved
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