In today’s edition: EEX spins off Gas Business into Own Company, the exchange says. Reuters announces: “Poland ready for gas exchange in Q4-regulator.” And, “Norway pledges $141 mln for Africa clean energy,” according to Point Carbon.
Tag Archives: China
JLN Environmental/Energy: Dreaming Up Whole New Carbon Markets; An Earth Summit Draws on Oil, Mining and Utility Largess; United States, Canada Announce Next Phase of U.S.-Canada Clean Energy Dialogue Environmental/Energy,Newsletter
JLN Environmental/Energy: Analysis: CO2 market has failed to promote cleaner energy; Why Climate Polls Don’t Mean Much; Emission trading scheme in Rio suffers setback Environmental/Energy,Newsletter
JLN Environmental/Energy: JLN Environmental/Energy: Rio, China Say They Won’t Use Sold CO2 Credits for Limits; EU May Soften Draft Energy Savings Law, Drop CO2 Option; U.S. Solar Grew 85 Percent in First Quarter, SEIA Says Environmental/Energy,Newsletter
JLN Environmental/Energy: EU Risks 12 Years of Oversupply in CO2 Market: Report; EU Report on Carbon Market Due Before August: Hedegaard; Carbon Offset Prices Vary Widely By Standard And Project Type: Study Environmental/Energy,Newsletter
In this edition, Bloomberg covers a WWF/Greenpeace report that says the EU Risks 12 Years of Oversupply in CO2 Market, while a New York Times’ blog digs in to On Not Reaching Carbon Goals, responding to the IEA’s report on energy technology perspectives. Grist/Guardian interviews the EPA’s Lisa Jackson on coal and the economy.
JLN Environmental/Energy: China picks stable power prices over emissions targets; Argus expands coverage of California; US renewables trading; EU calls for 2030 green goals Environmental/Energy,Newsletter
JLN Environmental/Energy: “World Missing Environmental Goals in Paralysis of Indecision,” “Global environment deteriorating despite international targets,” “World Bank: waste management challenge ‘greater than climate change’” Environmental/Energy,Newsletter
JLN Environmental/Energy: “EU Won’t Discuss Carbon Roadmap Next Week, Official Says” “EU-Chinese carbon market contacts intensifying” “Climate change to cost LatAm $100 bn by 2050: study” Environmental/Energy,Newsletter
In this edition, European carbon issues are in focus, including EurActiv’s coverage of EU-Chinese carbon market discussions and Bloomberg’s report that the EU has dropped its carbon-cutting strategy through 2050 from a ministerial level meeting set for next week. In other news, WWF will report that China seizes green manufacturing lead from Europe.