South Korea leads Asia on greenhouse gas legislation

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South Korea leads the way for Asia being the first country to introduce a greenhouse gas emissions trading scheme, from 2015. It’s designed to help reduce the country’s gas emissions by 30% by 2020, green its fossil fuel dependent industries and foster clean technology innovation – and evidences its commitment to the green growth agenda and to use the transition to a low carbon economy to accelerate economic growth.

Changmin Yoo, PwC Director, explores the design of the scheme (in Global Carbon (Autumn 2012)) that now has near unanimous support from South Korean businesses.

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