The EU Parliament’s failure to back EU carbon market reforms has increased the prospect of a watered-down scheme. This weakens the European Commission’s Fit for 55 (Ff55) strategy, according to policy experts. In this article by ESG Investor, Exiger’s Samar Pratt speaks to last week’s compromise proposal and its ESG impact:

Last week’s compromise proposal, with its staggered removals, would have resulted in more emissions in the short-term . . . It therefore crossed a red line for left-wing MEPs

President of Advisory Solutions, Exiger

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