Climate change & climate protection

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Regulatory changes resulting from climate change

Climate change not only alters weather patterns and the occurrence of weather extremes. It goes on to affect politics and many sectors of the economy. With increasing regularity, we are seeing intervention in the markets that change parameters and in turn lead to new risks – and new opportunities.

Examples of significant intervention are the classification of carbon dioxide as an air pollutant (USA), laws limiting the volume of carbon dioxide emissions and the introduction of mechanisms to manage emission objectives (e.g. emission trading systems).

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