Bloomberg) — European carbon futures rose above 80 euros ($90.272) a ton on Friday for the first time, testing the resolve of politicians who are promising to act aggressively on climate change while also grappling with rapid inflation that’s tearing into economies across the globe. Permits have advanced more than 140% this year after a [……
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