UK ETS law ready to enter force

UPDATED: Legislation establishing a new domestic emissions trading regime has been published, although the government says it could still opt for a carbon tax instead.

by Gareth Simkins
Major industrial installations such as oil refineries and power stations, alongside aircraft operators, will have to comply with the UK ETS from January. Photograph: Colin Bell/Geograph
Major industrial installations such as oil refineries and power stations, alongside aircraft operators, will have to comply with the UK ETS from January. Photograph: Colin Bell/Geograph

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