Carbon Markets Get Jumpstart, But Require Buy-In

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With more countries exploring carbon markets as a way to achieve emissions goals, it’s vital to design those markets effectively. A fundamental way to ensure success is first earning “buy in” from the businesses that will be covered by the emissions caps and thus face the requirements to hold carbon permits, says Stefano De Clara, head of the Secretariat at the International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP). “The stakeholder engagement work happening before an ETS is launched is key,” he tells Energy Intelligence in an interview.

Carbon Markets , Low-Carbon Policy, CO2 Emissions, Policy and Regulation
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