US opens up to carbon trading

Zwirn, Ed; Baker, John
March 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;3/12/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 57, p24
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the efforts being done by the U.S. to focus on carbon trading. The failure of the Kyoto Protocol to be submitted to the U.S. Senate by the administration of former U.S. President Bill Clinton is reported, and the opposition of the U.S. Senate to its provisions is mentioned. Information on the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX) is presented, and the adoption by Cargill of CCX is discussed.


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