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BEIJING, July 20 (Reuters Point Carbon) – Price control mechanisms and tightly regulated markets are among the measures China is considering for its emissions trading schemes in a bid to avoid the price volatility and scandals that have hit Europe’s
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Commission confirmed on Friday that it will announce plans next week to withhold carbon allowances to support the struggling Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), which has suffered a collapse in prices under the burden
U.N-backed carbon credits, called certified emissions reductions (CERs), have plunged around 70 percent over the past 12 months as a massive supply of credits has built up because of a drop in demand due to a slowing economy. The benchmark CER
EU carbon proposal set for July 25, lacks details. * EU carbon prices pare early losses. * CERs down over 70 pct in past 12 months (Adds quotes, background). LONDON, July 18 (Reuters) – Benchmark carbon credits backed by the United Nations plunged 11
Ventures Africa
Carbon credits have become big business, with richer countries offsetting their pollution by paying developing economies to launch clean and renewable energy projects, as well as planting trees. Tackling climate change, it can also be of economic
WELLINGTON (Reuters) – New Zealand’s government said on Monday it would continue allowing carbon emitters to offset just half of their emissions until at least 2015 to avoid putting New Zealand firms under more financial pressure as the economy
Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
Trading in carbon credits was part of the business plans of the late but unlamented Enron and Lehman Brothers, and the now-defunct Chicago Climate Exchange. U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, wrote in “Cap and Trade Could be a Boon to New York" (press release)
20 July 2012. Carbon News: Forester Says New Zealand Now Has “Clayton’s" Emission Trading Scheme. New Zealand’s Emissions Trading Scheme is now a Clayton’s scheme, says the man who spent five years fighting for carbon credits for forest owners.
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