U.K. Rolls Out Carbon Trading for Businesses — Would the U.S. Adopt It Too?

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(The following is a condensed version of a posting on our newest blog, Sustainability & Climate Change Reporter. To view the full article, go to www.sustainabilityclimatechangereporter.com

While the U.S. Congress argues whether or not to adopt climate change legislation that includes cap-and-trade, the United Kingdom has rolled out a new mandatory carbon trading program sweeping in businesses that, up to now, have not been covered by the European Union's ("EU") Emissions Trading System.

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