25 May '11, 11am

China mulls a #capntrade scheme for its buildings- 30-40% of country's emissions- via energy saving credits.

China ponders cap-and-trade scheme for building sector Published: 25 May 2011 13:16 CET Last updated: 25 May 2011 13:25 CET The Chinese government is considering a cap-and-trade scheme for energy saving in its buildings sector, which accounts for 30-40 per cent of the country’s overall greenhouse gas emissions. Do you want to read more? Subscribe today! This is part of Carbon Market News Service* and only available to subscribers. Carbon Market News Service is available for 1395 EUR (€) for 12 months. Do you want to try out the service first? Take a FREE 14 day trial of Carbon Market News Service (only available once) Subscribe Free trial * Carbon Market News Service provides a comprehensive market intelligence tool that allows subscribers to keep up-to-date with the latest developments and prices in the world's carbon markets and includes: Carbon Market News Online Carbon...

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