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  • Published: Oct 29th, 2010
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U.K. Energy Companies to Press Huhne on Carbon-Permit Floor Price, FT Says

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British power companies will tell U.K. energy secretary Chris Huhne that a proposed

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  • Published: Sep 25th, 2010
  • Category: Global
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Ukraine Offers Its Carbon-Emission Permits to World Bank, Kommersant Says

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Ukraine has offered to sell its entire supply of greenhouse gas emissions permits to the World Bank, Kommersant-Ukraine newspaper reported, citing an unidentified official.

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  • Published: May 21st, 2010
  • Category: UK
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Industry backs plans for carbon price floor to boost nuclear

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The newly-installed Prime Minister, David Cameron, says he wants to create “the greenest government ever”, but experts are warning that his plans to put a floor under the carbon price may not be as straightforward as they seem.

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  • Published: Jan 31st, 2010
  • Category: UK
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Lancashire schools to bear brunt of carbon reduction

HEADTEACHERS could face costly bills for green measures after it was revealed schools accounted for 53 per cent of the county council’s carbon emissions.

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Copenhagen Fallout: Carbon Prices Fall on Weak Accord

Pundits everywhere are passing judgment on the climate-change deal reached in Copenhagen early Saturday. The market is tooand it isnt mincing words.

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Russian Claim To Carbon Credits May Bedevil Copenhagen Talks

Hot air and high-minded speeches might be the most obvious emissions from the Copenhagen climate talks, skeptics say. But behind the scenes Russia will play an old card from communism’s fall that could tip the odds even higher against ever meeting the summit’s goals.

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Poland says to sell CO2 permits to Ireland soon

WARSAW, Nov 21 (Reuters) – Poland will sign an accord shortly under the global Kyoto Protocol to sell surplus carbon emission permits worth 15 million euros to Ireland, Environment Minister Maciej Nowicki said on Saturday.

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  • Published: Oct 16th, 2009
  • Category: UK
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UK auctions 4.2 mln carbon permits at 13.36 eur/t

LONDON, Oct 8 (Reuters) – The British government auctioned 4.2 million European Union carbon emissions permits at 13.36 euros a tonne, it said on Thursday.

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Poland slams EC CO2 emission rights about-turn

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  • Published: Jul 25th, 2009
  • Category: USA
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Why you should love your carbon footprint

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America, with all its imperfections, is still truly the land of opportunity. This has been the unique component that has brought people from around the world, in every way imaginable, and even some ways not. This opportunity to succeed and, yes, to also fail, is a product brought about by individual freedom that has been unique to America since our founding fathers placed their lives on the line to create a better future for themselves and their families. If we are to hold worthy the struggle of those who fought to give us a free nation, should we not also observe those who wish to take away both our freedom and the opportunity that living in a free country brings?

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The CDM under the CPRS

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Louis Chiam and Chris Case Carbon Trading
EcoGeneration November/December 2008
How will the Federal Governments proposed Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme impact upon Clean Development Mechanism projects for Australias clean energy industry? Chris Case and Louis Chiam from Mallesons Stephen Jaques discuss the potential impacts and outcome for the clean energy industry.

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Australia companies accused of climate change deception

CANBERRA, June 15 (Reuters) – Some of Australia’s biggest corporate names, including resource giants Rio Tinto <RIO.AX> and Woodside <WPL.AX>, may be investigated by consumer regulators over complaints they have been deceptive on climate change.

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