Price volatility and credits coming onto the market driving high number of trades, but confidence in Clean Development Mechanism is ebbing away
The volume of carbon traded globally is likely to rise by 14 per cent this year despite depressed prices, but this growth is unlikely to last, analysts say. Research by Thomson Reuters Point Carbon finds...
The scrapping of DECC was understandably followed by the disbanding of the parliamentary committee which scrutinised it, but could this lead to a hole in scrutiny of energy and climate change policies?
Delegates from 24 nations and the EU vote unanimously to make the Ross Sea a Marine Protected Area after five years of negotiations
Views sought on capacity market reforms aimed at addressing concerns over 'double payments' for small embedded generators
Bill to ban fracking unanimously passed by Irish House of Representatives