NEWS: China’s sixth regional carbon market prepares further ground for a national carbon market
Pilot emissions trading will need to be scaled up to build on CO2 cuts from curbs on coal
UNFCCC chief Christiana Figures hopes centre can ‘tap potential’ for Clean Development Projects in Latin America
Climate Commissioner Connie Hedegaard says discussions will be sped up after Kevin Rudd announces end of unpopular carbon tax
Derrick Oderson, chair of one the Kyoto Protocol’s struggling carbon cutting programmes says fixing them is only part of the solution
Analysts Ecofys and Sandbag warn EU climate ambitions need urgent shot in arm, calling for new emissions reductions target
Future of Clean Development Mechanism hinges on greater climate ambition around globe
Joe Curtin from the IIEA asks if the rejection of EU ETS “backloading” is a minor hiccup or the beginning of the end?
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First of seven pilots coming online in June, with national coverage scheduled for 2020
Countries become latest in long line to establish emission trading schemes in effort to reduce their greenhouse gas output
The world’s carbon markets mapped, from California to Vietnam.
COP18: Fragmentation of the carbon market spells trouble for the climate unless a way is found to make national and regional schemes in step with international efforts to reduce emissions.
J Robert Gibson explores the options facing the European Union as it seeks to include aviation emissions into its carbon trading scheme
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The EU ETS is the European Union’s carbon trading flagship – but as Adela Putinelu explains, there are concerns its design and framework have serious flaws