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PricewaterhouseCoopers predicts a shift of power from London’s European Climate Exchange to the New York Climate Exchange after the new Copenhagen agreement.
By CIG LLC
The business and investment sectors cautiously welcome latest Copenhagen development, but with reservations.
By FinSoul
Global business groups angered at not being involved in negotiations that could have seen a boost to green technologies and a concrete global carbon market.
By FinSoul
A strong call for a robust Copenhagen climate deal has come from over 1000 of the worlds largest firms.
By FinSoul
In what is seen as a turn around, John Kerry now says “cap and trade” may not form part of new climate change bill.
By CIG LLC
Forestry and carbon burying projects are impeding chances of a new climate deal.
By FinSoul
OPEC states are opposed to carbon taxes that will discriminate against energy producing nations.
By FinSoul
Iberdola’s CEO says that for power companies to cut emissions, energy prices will have to increase to cover the needed investment.
By FinSoul
British business lobby group hopes for global carbon market to emerge from Climate summit.
By FinSoul
British Prime minister says he is grateful for the support of companies for low carbon transition.
By FinSoul
A new report by a leading independent accounting firm indicates a worrying situation due to carbon emissions.
By CIG LLC
The ongoing bickering between the Australian government and the opposition may mirror the problems facing the Cop15 talks.
By Financial Soultions
Some of the globes top leaders see the urgency in making headway on climate change.
By CIG LLC
Carbon market players are urging delegates to seize the opportunity to agree reforms to the $33 billion carbon credit industry.
By CIG LLC
Even with hopes for a climate pact from Copenhagen dashed, China still sees possibilities for a deal.
By Financial Soultions
The emissions sector continues to see healthy business movement in spite of Copenhagen concerns.
By Financial Soultions
After having avoided inclusion in the Kyoto Protocol, the airline industry has finally signed on.
By Financial Soultions
The Indian Prime Minister has announced ambitious domestic emission cuts at a meeting with EU representatives.
By CIG LLC
In its World Energy Outlook (WEO) 2009, the IEA insists an energy and vehicle revolution is critical.
By Financial Soultions
The South American nation is adding pressure to developed countries with big emission cuts pledge.
By CIG LLC
In his strongest yet assertion Barack Obama has agreed to travel to Copenhagen if his presence will assist in sealing a deal.
By Financial Soultions
It may already be too late for some islands as Copenhagen seems ever more unlikely to deliver.
By Financial Soultions
The Obama administration's plans may be the solution to Canada’s carbon credit needs.
By Financial Soultions
Greater co-operation is needed between US and China in war on climate change.
By Financial Soultions
Island nation says it needs assistance to change from the 3rd largest carbon emitter.
By Financial Soultions
Barcelona talks see increased pressure on the U.S. as Copenhagen deadline draws closer.
By CIG LLC
The Kerry-Boxer bill is gaining rapid support from the man in the street, if not in the Senate.
By Financial Soultions
December’s Copenhagen climate deal could see larger energy and engineering firm’s cash in.
By Financial Soultions
Obama administration issues stern warning on the cost of inaction on energy reform.
By Financial Soultions
South America has seemed fairly quiet on carbon credits, but Peru is about to break the silence.

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