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Can the debt crisis help cure the EU ETS?
“Drop everything!” cried Günther the other day, bursting through my door. His voice was trembling with excitement. “We have the solution; you won’t believe it. It is so elegantly simple. And … totally legal,” he purred. I sat him down, … Continue reading
Posted in Climate change policy Tagged Archimedes, debt crisis, EU Emission Trading Scheme, EU ETS, Greece, Günther, set-aside Leave a comment
Does the EUA price constitute a signal or not? Should it? Trevor Sikorsky of Barclays Capital argues in Barclays’ Quarterly Carbon Standard (26th March 2012) that: “It is expectations that drive such investment [in clean technology] … not current prices.” … Continue reading