Report: Carbon Market Negotiations Falter in Warsaw

18 November 2013

Hopes that progress on the development of a more unified global carbon market could provide one of the bright spots at the Warsaw Climate Summit appear to be receding fast, following reports that talks on the subject broke down over the weekend.

Reuters reported that negotiators had been unable to agree on proposals for new common accounting and transparency standards designed to make it easier for governments to link the growing number of carbon trading schemes being introduced around the world.

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