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The market mechanics behind emissions cap-and-trade systems
Imagine it’s 2013, and a cement factory in Dusseldorf is installing scrubbers on a smokestack, funded in part by carbon credits it sold to United Airlines, which needed the credits to fly to Europe. Meanwhile, a power plant is going up in Malaysia, partially paid for by KLM, which had to offset some of its excess CO2 emissions.