It is arguably the final big piece of the Paris Agreement puzzle, but Article 6 remains hugely contentious and could have a huge impact on both businesses and climate action
Ben Caldecott of the Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme argues Brexit provides an opportunity to build 'the world's first ever net zero aligned emissions trading scheme'
New index prices carbon credits at $23.65
Climate change advisors tell government that a suite of net zero policies is needed after UK exits the EU's emissions trading system
An international system to curb energy use may be the only way to lift people out of poverty while preserving the planet - but is the world really ready for such a radical shift in thinking?
Latest survey from IETA shows doubling in proportion of respondents who believe China will have carbon trading system for its power sector up and running by 2021
Wide-ranging new consultation sets out series of proposals for carbon pricing mechanisms once the UK leaves the EU
Sky News reveals government is poised to announce loan package, as company prepares for EU emissions trading scheme bill
Firm hit by EU's decision to suspend UK companies from accessing CO2 credits under emissions trading system until Brexit deal is ratified
As Total completes latest renewables acquisition, Shell steps up emissions reduction efforts with new natural ecosystems offset plan
Energy and Clean Growth Minister reveals plans are underway to link a domestic carbon market to the EU's emissions trading scheme from 2021
Tom Butler CEO of the International Council on Mining and Metals explains why the sector is keen to see carbon pricing schemes expanded - and fast
Lisa Walker, CEO of Ecosphere+, talks to BusinessGreen about how carbon credits can help companies slash their emissions while boosting local development
Officials agree to strengthen collaboration in bid to more closely aligning regions' carbon markets
Progress on market rules for climate credits faces 'a giant sticking point' as Venezuela and others push for similar progress on 'non-market' tools in Bangkok
Amid calls for the Clean Development Mechanism to be axed, the UN climate chief has weighed in on its behalf
'Breathe easy'? Really? Is that what you want to go with?
Sandbag research suggests new onshore wind and solar projects can now compete with short term costs of generating power from existing coal and gas plants
EU ETS carbon price breaks €20 per tonne mark, as demand increases ahead of looming market reforms
Development of major new markets in China and reforms in Europe have provided a crucial boost as countries look at tools to cut carbon and meet their Paris climate targets
Global first as carbon credits generated from two forest conservation projects are officially recognised by the country's government
Energy minister Claire Perry confirms UK will remain in the EU's carbon market until the end of the decade despite 2019 Brexit date
Large emittors in Singapore will be charged S$5 per tonne of carbon dioxide from next year, with further price hikes in the pipeline
Air Transport Action Group call on more states to embrace voluntary phase of imminent carbon offsetting scheme