ETS reform supposed to go directly to the plenum

The wrangling over the future of the European Emissions Trading System (ETS) is entering a new round. After the plenum could not agree on a common position last week, the ENVI coordinators of the political groups want to recommend to put the amendments back on the agenda at the next plenary session from June 22 to 23. The Environment Committee should vote on the coordinators’ recommendation between 11 a.m. and noon today, the secretariat said in a press release yesterday evening.

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