Cap-and-trade comes to California, likely to bring innovation, investment, and insight

Cap-and-trade is in the news again. Last Thursday, California’s Air Resources Board (CARB) officially adopted a cap-and-trade emissions reduction policy to begin taking effect for 360 businesses, including utilities and the biggest emissions sources in 2013, as part of 2006’s California Assembly Bil...

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