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Poland to block the EU's carbon market reform

Proposed reforms of the EU's ETS scheme could wind up in the EU courts. Poland is strongly opposed to the reform and will not rule out legal action in order to see the changes rolled back after they are voted in.

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Poland was one of the nine countries which opposed the European Council's attempt to reform the EU's ETS, emissions trading scheme, and the country will now challenge the decision adopted by the remaining 19 countries, reports Euractiv.

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