Project approval bottlenecks mean fewer UN-approved carbon credits than expected will be available in the run-up to 2012
The UN Environment Programme (UNEP) has reportedly revised downward the number of certified emission reductions (CERs) it expects to be issued by UN-approved carbon reduction projects in the coming years,...
Labour MP for Leeds North West Alex Sobel urges workers to join the prospective strike, scheduled to take place on 27 September
Winning bid of just €50/MWh came from a consortium led by EDF Renewables, Innogy and Enbridge
Singapore and Hong Kong score highly for private sector readiness to cope with the challenges of climate change
Carbon pricing could form the policy bedrock for a net zero target, argues Josh Burke