Kazakhstan is among the few countries without access to international compliance carbon markets. But this may change now that the country has adopted legislation to implement an emissions trading scheme (ETS).
Kazakhstan has a unique position under the Kyoto Protocol. It is considered an Annex I party (developed country) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, but has not yet been included in the protocol’s Annex B (has an emissions target).
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Client: Carbon Trading Magazine
Partners: The Law and Environment Eurasia Partnership in Almaty