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- $100 carbon tax needed to dodge dangerous warming, say experts May 30, 2017Leading economists including Joseph Stiglitz and Nicholas Stern suggest carbon prices will need to rise dramatically to hit global climate goals
- Businesses and governments call for global carbon price in bid 'to prevent dangerous warming' May 14, 2017Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition of more than 200 organisations calls for expansion of carbon pricing to cover 25 per cent of total emissions by 2020
- European coal emissions slump 11 per cent April 4, 2017Closure of UK coal plants and switching to gas and renewables has led to a sharp fall in EU greenhouse gas emissions, but analysts fear carbon-savings from industry are 'stalling'
- Singapore to introduce carbon tax to curb emissions February 21, 2017Finance minister reveals plans to impose emissions tax by 2019, with initial price set between S$10 and S$20 per tonne
- European Parliament approves carbon market reforms February 15, 2017But campaigners warn plans to cancel excess carbon allowances do not go far enough
- $100 carbon tax needed to dodge dangerous warming, say experts May 30, 2017
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Due to the global recession in 2008-09 and the economic slowdown thereafter, the global voluntary carbon market was reduced to almost half in 2009. Things began to improve slightly in 2010 and though voluntary markets started recovering in dollar terms … Continue reading
Sceptre International Group Limited News – Rothschild Australia and E3 International to take the lead in the global carbon trading market
Sydney, Australia – Rothschild Australia and E3 International are set to become key players in the international carbon credit trading market, an emerging commodity market that analysts estimate could be worth up to US$150 billion by 2012.
How long have emissions trading schemes also known as (carbon trading schemes) been in existence and how many countries currently have one are aspects of global warming not often discussed in the media. With the issue of global warming on … Continue reading
Emissions trading is a form of permit trading (most commonly in the form of carbon emissions trading) between companies and countries in order to meet emissions obligations such as those laid out within the Kyoto Protocol.
The John Lewis Retail Group has made a commitment to slash its absolute CO2 emissions by 15 percent by 2020. Progress on the reduction will be monitored internally each month, with an annual report on progress being made available to … Continue reading
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – German carbon dioxide emissions in 2010 were 4.8 percent higher than the year before at 826.5 million metric tons, a prominent researcher said on Tuesday.
PUMA, the sporting goods brand, and its parent company PPR will offset their 2010 carbon dioxide emissions by purchasing carbon credits generated through conservation of wildlife habitat in Kenya.
Australia, March 11 – The Gillard government has foreshadowed a big-spending policy to help business through the transition to a carbon price, as the head of Toyota Australia warned the tax could put the local industry ”in a corner with … Continue reading
Airlines’ entry to the European Union’s carbon market next year will add at least 1 billion euros to their costs, make some operators less competitive and ultimately lead to higher air fares and carbon prices. From January 1 next year, … Continue reading
Energy Minister Jim Mather aims to boost renewable heat market after UK government said it will delay domestic phase of the Renewable Heat Incentive to 2012 The Scottish government is launching a £500,000 interest-free loan scheme to boost the number … Continue reading