By Jeff Spross on March 7, 2014
The system just held its first auction since lowering its cap, and the price of permits jumped -- indicating a renewed incentive to reduce emissions.
By Jeff Spross on February 14, 2014
Agreement in Denmark's parliament cleared the way for a legally binding greenhouse gas emission reduction target of 40 percent below 1990's levels by 2020.
By Ari Phillips on December 19, 2013
Guangdong, a province of over 100 million people, becomes the latest region in China to start operating a carbon market in an effort to reduce crippling air pollution caused by burning fossil fuels.
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By Emily Atkin on December 9, 2013
The plaintiffs had argued that the program levied an unlawful tax on electricity ratepayers.
By Ryan Koronowski on October 28, 2013
53 million people living in what would be the world’s fifth-largest economy will now be participating in a “far-reaching strategic alignment to combat climate change and promote clean energy.”
By Joe Romm on September 12, 2013
My recent article critiquing a Naomi Klein interview engendered among the most positive and negative reactions I have ever received.
By Jeff Spross on August 22, 2013
The latest auction for California's carbon emissions permits had 1.62 bids for every permit available -- the first time demand outpaced supply.
By Matt Kasper, Guest Blogger on March 17, 2013
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