The European Commission's environment directorate has sought to quell criticism that its plans for an EU-wide carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions trading regime are incompatible with requirements under the 1996 integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) directive.
In a "non-paper" published yesterday and aimed at government officials currently sizing up the trading proposals, the directorate explains in detail the relationship between the two.
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