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By FinSoul
As the January 31 deadline for the first step of the Copenhagen Accord nears, major business groups call for ambitious emission targets.
By CIG LLC
Japan has announced that it intends stick to its offer to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 25% by 2020 as part of the first step of the Copenhagen Accord.
By FinSoul
Former Australian climate change advisor to Prime Minister Kevin Rudd is urging an interim carbon tax.
By FinSoul
New report shows that a seven fold growth is likely in the carbon reporting software market in the next two years.
By CIG LLC
With the 31 January deadline around the corner the bare minimum Copenhagen accord is in dire need of serious commitments from developed nations.
By CIG LLC
UN’s top climate change official says Copenhagen gave countries “all the ingredients” needed to reach a deal.
By FinSoul
Angela Merkel appeals to industrialized nations to agree to binding greenhouse gas cuts to fight climate change.
By FinSoul
Connie Hedegaard rejects calls for carbon levy but says it may still come later.
By FinSoul
The next couple of weeks could determine the accords ability to slow climate change.
By FinSoul
The football worlds show case event with a greater viewership than any event on earth will also have the largest carbon footprint.
By FinSoul
Deputy special climate change envoy believes the U.S. Senate will pass global warming legislation this year.
By CIG LLC
Germany moves ahead with plan to auction spot carbon credits weekly through 2011.
By FinSoul
Copenhagen’s bare minimum result has seen carbon trading in 2010 begin rather demurely. FinSoul looks at what may change this.
By FinSoul
Germany announces that it will stick with ambitious goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 40%.
By CIG LLC
Seoul launches the first phase of its carbon trading scheme as 2010 begins.
By CIG LLC
The Copenhagen climate conference may have failed on legally binding CO2 cuts, but Brazil is sticking by its commitment.
By FinSoul
South Korea is the latest in a growing list of nations to announce a domestic carbon trading scheme aimed at cutting carbon emission levels.
By CIG LLC
After the Copenhagen climate talks failed to hammer out a global treaty on greenhouse gas emissions, U.S. legislators have a hard road ahead.
By FinSoul
The globes largest soft drink producer has begun an initiative to green its business.
By CIG LLC
Israeli based Haifa Chemicals Ltd will have excess carbon credits after purchasing new technology.
By FinSoul
Global carbon trading markets are being stalled by the lack of U.S. emissions trading legislation.
By FinSoul
The Environmental Protection Agency recognizes that greenhouse gasses are a health hazard.
By FinSoul
Latest Canadian report shows that biofuels are a better option than previously thought.
By CIG LLC
The Balkan nation looks to take strong action to improve energy efficiency and increase renewable energy dependency.
By Financial Soultions
The ex-communist nation is about to complete another in its planned series of AAU deals.
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
27 Member EU will help some industries with free permits from 2013.
By Financial Soultions
After a cold original reception, a UN scheme is now achieving massive cuts in carbon emissions.
By CIG LLC
If personal carbon credit trading hasn’t yet reached its potential, it is sure to follow big business soon.

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