Bill to stop US airlines taking part in EU emissions trading to be rushed through before Senate goes to recess on Friday.
The influential Planning Commission is set to issue positive recommendations in the country’s next five year plan as country looks to step-up domestic climate change programme.
With the price of carbon consistently recording new lows has the experiment failed and what other financial tools could serve the planet better?
Steel giant can offset the London Games’ greenhouse gas impact by cancelling just three percent of its massive reserve of excess carbon credits.
Move could signal start of aggregated Asia-Pacific emissions trading scheme.
Re-investing carbon tax income back into energy efficiency schemes and renewables can maximise the economic and environmental benefits, says low-carbon project developer Camco.
If the EU cannot enforce an emissions-trading system for airlines in its own backyard, what hope does the Durban Platform really have?