Bureaucrats fail to draw up rules for emissions trading market

No decision on carbon trading in technical level, however Bangladesh expects some concrte in high level discussion
Channel 24
,
Madrid, Spain

Bureaucrats fail to draw up rules for emissions trading market

At the UN climate summit taking place in Madrid from Dec. 2-13, negotiators from 195 countries and the European Union have failed to agree on rules that would enable the start of a new global market to trade greenhouse gas emissions. Ministers gathered for the summit have been asked to resolve the deadlock between developed countries and emerging economies. Countries like Bangladesh still believe a decision will be reached at the summit.

By visiting EJN's site, you agree to the use of cookies, which are designed to improve your experience and are used for the purpose of analytics and personalization. To find out more, read our Privacy Policy

Related Stories