Report finds EU carbon trading has reduced emissions of those taking part by 2-4%, but planned reforms must go ahead to ensure future reductions
Brazil, South Africa, India and China indicate they will insist on global deal to reduce aviation emissions being purely voluntary
Potential abstention in crucial vote means Poland would need handful of allies to block rescue plan for emissions trading platform
RGGI market on US east coast will cut available allowances by 45% while EU struggles to force through critical amendments
CE Delft report accuses industry of passing costs of climate change policies on to customers above and beyond those incurred by airlines
Ireland PM Enda Kenny aims to integrate green growth into country’s climate and energy policy priorities during its six-month presidency
Low cost per tonne of CO2 triggers record number of trades while new policies and expanding market hope for 2013
Limit on sulphur content could have major impact on region’s sulphur emissions with significant benefit for environment and health
Obama administration faces second major opportunity to prove climate commitment when UN aviation body meets to discuss plans to reduce greenhouse gases from sector
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
New regulations in force from May 2013 trigger surge in use of emissions offsets damaging environmental integrity of EU trading scheme, according to a new report by the campaign group Sandbag.
Bloc comes under fire from airlines following its decision to suspend the inclusion of international airlines in its carbon trading scheme for one year.
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The EU is preparing to ‘stop the clock’ on aviation’s inclusion in its carbon trading scheme, and has given the UN’s international aviation authority 12 months to resolve the situation