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November 17 2011

FEEM-IEFE Joint Seminar "The EU ETS: Dead End or Path to the Future?"



The Emission Trading System of the European Union (EU ETS), the first and biggest international scheme for the trading of industrial greenhouse gas emission allowances, is approaching the end of its second trading period, 2008-2012.

On Thursday November 17, 2011, the joint FEEM-IEFE seminar by Denny Ellerman, Florence School of Regulation,  will review what the EU ETS has accomplished to date and discuss whether it represents the path to a future global climate regime envisioned in the Kyoto Protocol or a dead end in the absence of US action and within the context of the more disjointed vision of the Copenhagen Accord.


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