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German industries association calls for public debate on future of climate change, industrial policies
June 24, 2013 | Michael Ravenscroft
Germany's energy-intensive industries association EID (Berlin) has called for a public debate on the future of climate change and industrial policies following the recent decision on freezing carbon dioxide emission quotas—backloading—in the environmental committee of the European Parliament. EID hopes that the parliament's plenary session in July will also vote—as in the first vote in April—against interfering in the emissions market. "Backloading is and remains an inadmissible disruption in a market that is working. We are calling...
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