Combet: Climate change. Businesses participating in the Australian ETS will be able to buy carbon permits on the EU ETS by July 2015. A full, two-way link, by means of the mutual recognition of carbon units between the EU and Australian systems" />
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EU, Australia to Link Emissions Trading Systems

5:29 AM MDT | August 31, 2012

The European Union (EU) and Australia have agreed to link their emissions trading systems (ETS). Greg Combet, Australia’s minister for climate change and energy efficiency; and Connie Hedegaard, European commissioner for climate action, jointly announced the agreement. Combet: Climate change. Businesses participating in the Australian ETS will be able to buy carbon permits on the EU ETS by July 2015. A full, two-way link, by means of the mutual recognition of carbon units between the EU and Australian systems...

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