Controversy over 'linking' Directive for emission reduction projects

Companies under the EU emissions trading scheme will be able to use credits from overseas emission reduction projects to meet their targets, under a proposed EU Directive issued in late July.1 The European Commission says the proposal will greatly reduce compliance costs and halve the cost of EU emission allowances - but environmental groups claim that it may flood the market with cheap credits from projects of dubious environmental integrity.

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