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Carbon trading

EU Member states prepare for second carbon trading period 2008-2012

Member States are required to submit national allocation plans (NAPs) for the second trading period of EU Emissions Trading Scheme 2008-2012 by the end of June 2006.

EU law also requires national authorities to consult and make available to the public their draft allocation plans before sending them to the Commission for its examination and eventual approval.

Germany, EU's biggest economy, was among first EU member states to publish its draft alloction plan last week.

To get more details on this draft plan from Germany, read the information published on the below Environment Daily website:



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