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JLN Environmental/Energy: Carbon Markets 94% Cheaper Than Renewable Support, OECD Says; EU on track for climate targets; India to Set Up Agency for Monitoring Water Efficiency Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition, major news outlets come at a new Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development report from a few different angles. Bloomberg, for its part, dives into some statistics that carbon market proponents will find interesting. The cost of reducing one metric ton of carbon dioxide in the power industry using emissions trading systems is 10 euros ($13.56) on average, compared with 169 euros for feed-in tariffs, the OECD says of the data it collected from 15 countries (including the U.S. and China) and reported by Bloomberg. The BBC and Reuters, among others, also cover the report, in our…

JLN Environmental/Energy: Analysis: Foes of Obama climate policy prepare battle over cost of carbon; European Wind Market to Shrink for 2 Years, Make Says; Citigroup and GE Finance Pattern Energy Texas Wind Farm Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition, political coverage in a Reuters piece on the economic and climate tie-in. Bloomberg, meanwhile, has: Coal Foe Named to FERC Is Latest Obama Pick Drawing Ire. In the carbon space, Allianz Mulls Carbon Credit Expansion After Indonesia Investment.

JLN Environmental/Energy: EPA’s McCarthy: ‘Responsible’ gas production key to climate strategy; Power play: how global electricity markets are shifting; REDD+ Finance: What Do We Know About The Private Sector Contribution? Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition, differing views on natural gas role in U.S. mix and as an export candidate, plus nat gas to factor in broad energy trading talks as Obama administration heads to Brazil. The New York Times has Dow Chemical’s Andrew Liveris “Foreseeing Trouble in Exporting Natural Gas.”

JLN Environmental/Energy: ETS link can only hurt us; Offsetting Not An Option In Upcoming EPA Carbon Rules; Japan Boosts Carbon Credits Investment in Emerging Markets Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

Today’s issue features more from Australia on its ETS and Obama’s push into nat gas.

JLN Environmental/Energy: Power Plants Face ‘Collision Course’ With Water; U.S. Shale Boom Threatens Australian Gas Projects; Shanghai to fine firms for breaching CO2 market rules Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In today’s edition, a look at power plants’ water dependence and the emergence of U.S. shale. In carbon market coverage, Point Carbon reports Shanghai to fine firms for breaching CO2 market rules. Plus, details on Environmental Markets Association elections.

JLN Environmental/Energy: U.S. court says biofuel producers must face carbon emissions rules; Rudd Seeks to Ditch Carbon Tax With Eye on Election Campaign; India Plans to Allow Coal India to Produce Natural Gas Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition, a link to the U.S. Energy Department report U.S. Energy Sector Vulnerabilities to Climate Change and Extreme Weather and news coverage of its findings, from The New York Times and USA Today. And from Australia, Rudd Seeks to Ditch Carbon Tax With Eye on Election Campaign.

JLN Environmental/Energy: China to Join U.S. in Carbon-Capture Projects; Swiss-EU ETS linking talks to end by end-2013; Japan’s New Direction On Climate Change Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In today’s edition, Chinese-U.S. cooperation, featuring carbon capture and other steps. Meanwhile, solar market seen exceeding $134 billion by 2020, Navigant Says. Also today, Richard Sandor is awarded the French Legion of Honor, acknowledging his accomplishments in environmental finance and carbon.

JLN Environmental/Energy: Russia edges closer to carbon market pilot; Obama administration preparing host of new environmental regs; Quebec Disaster Spurs Rail-Versus-Pipelines Debate on Oil Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition, Russia reportedly nears joining the global carbon market roster, says a well-known blog. Two stories on power linkages caught our eye: Commission says EU-China energy efficiency links are ‘deepening’ reports and India, Pakistan Discuss Joint Power Grid, says The Wall Street Journal.

JLN Environmental/Energy: EU carbon market expects narrow win in crucial rescue vote; Japan, Vietnam sign carbon offset market deal; The Looming Water Crisis Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition, market coverage in Reuters’ EU carbon market expects narrow win in crucial rescue vote and Point Carbon’s Japan, Vietnam sign carbon offset market deal. And an interesting analysis piece from The FT covering Norwegian’s provocative plan to curb climate change wins EU prize.