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In the final stages of revising the EU ETS, the Parliament takes one step back

Following the European Parliament’s vote on February 15th, giving final shape to the EU Emissions Trading System for the coming period 2021-2030, Milan Elkerbout pronounces in this new CEPS Commentary that we now know that the chamber as a whole prefers a more moderate approach to the EU’s ‘flagship climate policy’ than had been advanced by the Environment Committee, but it has also shown more ambition for the shorter term.

 

Milan Elkerbout is Researcher in the Energy and Climate research unit at CEPS.

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