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What does EUETS stand for?

EUETS stands for European Union Emissions Trading Scheme


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Calio added that Larsen has been a leading voice on a host of transportation issues, including promoting the use of alternative fuels, stopping the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme mandates and advocating for the NextGen program to modernise the US air traffic control system.
Through many years of service on the committee, he has been a leading voice on a host of transportation issues, including promoting the use of alternative fuels, stopping the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme mandates and advocating for the NextGen program to modernize our air traffic control system.
Employees at Gateshead's Queen Elizabeth (QE) Hospital have also become one of the first trusts in the country to sell their unused carbon credits as part of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme.
The US is the first to go so far as to pass a law--the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme Prohibition Act of 2011--against following the EU's law.
Minister of Environment and Physical Planning Abdilaqim Ademi and UNDP Resident Representative to Macedonia, Deirdre Boyd signed agreement for preparation of a third national report on climate changes and for using Bulgaria's experience in monitoring, reporting and verification of greenhouse gas emissions, which is essential for the effective operation of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS).
Among the topics are creating a strategic national planning framework to deal with global warming, climate change and living in the anthropocene, the clean development mechanism in Southeast Asia, empirical considerations in the development of clean development mechanism projects in Asia, the European Union emissions trading scheme, trends in carbon trading, Singapore's national climate change strategy, glacial melting and human security in the Himalayas, a South Asian perspective on the Kyoto Protocol and beyond, and protecting forests to mitigate global climate change.
They argued that a European Union emissions trading scheme in operation for some five years, and hotly contested by the industry and most governments outside Europe, showed the danger of unilaterally imposed measures.