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Russia Starts Carbon Trading Experiment

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Russia has taken an important new step on its journey to reach carbon neutrality. Earlier this month, it started the Sakhalin experiment, which even though it is initially focused solely on the island off Russia's Pacific coast, is aimed ultimately at creating the basis for a national carbon trading system and market.

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