Sulphur trading next in line for economic instruments

A guide to the use of economic instruments in environmental policy was published by the Department of the Environment (DoE) on 23 November amidst renewed official promises that they will increasingly take the place of regulation.1 The first candidate is likely to be a trading scheme for sulphur dioxide emissions.

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