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Blue-sky thinking

19 July 2021 By Katrina Hamlin

The world’s largest emissions-trading system is hampered by data concerns, dirt-cheap prices and feeble fines. It also currently exempts most big polluters and lacks a mechanism to reduce emissions. It’s a start, but the scheme needs an overhaul to match Beijing’s climate goals.

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