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Carbon Market Framework Needed to Preserve Investment, CEPS Says

United Nations climate envoys must start coordinating data on how carbon markets cut greenhouse gases, or risk undermining investment in clean technologies, according to the Centre for European Policy Studies.

Talks on linking carbon markets and emission-reduction programs from China to California and Quebec will continue in May after UN envoys failed to agree on a so-called framework for various approaches in Warsaw last month, according to Andrei Marcu, head of CEPS’s carbon market forum in Brussels. Marcu helped advise the Polish presidency at the UN negotiations.