Carbon Market Shrinks for First Time in Record Hot YearEwa Krukowska and Mathew Carr
The global carbon market shrank for the first time in 2010, snapping five years of growth as a lack of clarity about the future climate framework hurt investment in the hottest year on record, a World Bank report showed.
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