The first China ETS focused market research report is now available : « The Environomist China Carbon Market Research Report 2014 »

 

Please download the Report:  « The Environomist China Carbon Market Research Report 2014 »

 

Beijing(China),  Feb 28th 2014- The “Environomist China Carbon Market Research Report 2014”, conducted by one of the most professional consulting companies Environomist Ltd. and its partners, was launched at the UNDP building in Beijing.

 

 The year 2013 has been an eventful year for the global carbon market. While the EU ETS remains the world’s largest policy instrument for carbon emission control, many countries and regions have made major moves in terms of developing their own carbon emissions trading systems. In China, even though a nation-wide ETS is yet to materialize, with most of the 7 designated ETS pilots launched by the end of 2013, China has been reported by many from the mainstream media as the second largest carbon market in the world, with the greatest trading potential that could allow it to become the world’s largest in the future.

 

 Against this backdrop, Environomist has conducted this first ever, market-focused China carbon market research with some major stakeholders that are involved in the development of the country’s carbon markets. The report has thoroughly examined all official documents published in 2013 at both the central and local government level. In addition, a market survey has been conducted to collect first-hand data from all participants in the Shanghai ETS pilot on their level of capacity and expectations for the scheme.

 

 The report is available in both English and Chinese, which can be downloaded free of charge at the links below.

 

English - http://www.southpolecarbon.com/public/140227_Environomist_China-ETS_ResearchReport.pdf

 

Chinese - http://dl.vmall.com/c08ax3s0sg

 

For more Information, please contact:  richard.mao@environomist.com

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