Tallinn to sell its excess pollution quota to Japan

Tallinn to sell its excess pollution quota to Japan


 

The Estonian environment ministry was poised to sell its excess pollution quota to the Japanese Marubeni Corporation, local media revealed last week. A deal was pending to be inked shortly between the Estonian environment ministry and the Japanese company, according to the reports. 

The revenues from the sale are destined to be used in low energy consumption theatre lighting and environment-friendly theatre buses. In eight Estonian theatres, outdated lighting equipment wil...


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