Intouch : ETS Submission guidelines

February 2009
New Zealand Management;Feb2009, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p7
The article announces that the deadline for the submissions on the review of the emissions trading scheme is on February 13, 2009. The issues that must be addressed in all submissions include determining the central and benchmark projections which are being used as the motivation for international agreements to combat climate change and requiring a high-quality, quantified, regulatory impact analysis to be produced to identify the net benefits or costs to New Zealand of any policy action.


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