Germany

Germany

Experts tap tradeable credits

Seventeen leading German economists are pressing for the introduction of a global system of tradeable CO2 emissions certificates as the best way of meeting the aims of international climate policy with the least cost to society. The German government is called upon to abandon its opposition to the concept and support the introduction of a market for emissions certificates trading by 2005. The experts include four members of the Sachverständigenrates für Umweltfragen, the German council of experts on environmental matters which advises the government.

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