An agreement to finalize efforts to link the California and Quebec cap-and-trade programs was signed October 1. The two programs will, beginning in 2014, be able to trade allowances. Quebec Minister of Sustainable Development, Environment, Wildlife, and Parks Yves-Francois Blanchet said the agreement will prove economically and environmentally beneficial, and California’s Environmental Protection Agency Secretary Matthew Rodriguez said he hopes the model will be replicated globally.
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