Shenzhen, China announced September 19 that, as one of five Chinese cities and two provinces preparing to launch pilot CO2 trading platforms, it is hoping to strike a balance that is not too restrictive on business and industry. The city’s legislature will discuss a second draft of major regulation on strengthening CO2 emissions management in October, and has already released a number of related regulations and handbooks.
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