But International Emissions Trading Association raises concerns over lack of clarity in the draft Clean Air Rule
New FlightPath 1.5 campaign aims to build support for historic aviation climate change agreement
100 days on from COP21, PwC's Jonathan Grant looks at what’s changed for business
With the first countries beginning to ratify the Paris Agreement, what loose ends still need to be tied up?
Nearly half of the Paris signatories are considering using carbon markets to achieve climate goals, says International Carbon Action Partnership
Canadian province set to funnel millions from its Green Investment Fund into flagship carbon reduction and energy efficiency schemes
UK’s chief climate envoy has revealed to BusinessGreen that China is developing a carbon trading system scheme that will be “compatible” with the EU’s – but what will this mean in practice?
IETA reports progress is being made towards an agreement that recognises the role of carbon markets
Support for carbon pricing is growing among countries and companies according to a New Climate Economy report
Canadian province confirms it will join cap-and-trade market operated by Quebec and California
Market should mature by 2020, officials say, helping China to peak emissions by 2030 in line with landmark deal
MEPs approve early implementation of plan to withhold 900 million allowances from auction in bid to boost flagging carbon price
Four jurisdictions agree to align low carbon policies, potentially paving way for carbon-trading scheme
New research finds using existing, high-integrity carbon credits would meet emission goals at around $4 per tonne
Finance minister Lou Jiwei says tax on CO2 will be introduced 'in due time' as country seeks to curb rising emissions
Shenzhen mayor says city will kick off pioneering cap-and-trade scheme on 17 June
Guy Newey argues that if the EU is as serious as it says about climate change then it has to correct the flaws in the bloc's emissions trading scheme
Point Carbon analyst warns 'we are now facing the prospect of the carbon prices in Europe inching ever closer to zero'
Supporters hope state-wide cap-and-trade scheme could provide a model for the rest of the country
But tradable allowances barely clear $10 floor price
But Air Resources Board still plans to launch cap-and-trade auction today
Businesses set to buy millions of carbon allowances in first auction today
Power and industrial sector required to cut greenhouse gases by three per cent next year
Air Resources Board stages mock trial of carbon trading auction ahead of November launch