Carbon market faces months of uncertainty after controversial court decision sets precedent that could see six other countries raise their emission caps
The price of carbon in the EU emissions trading scheme (ETS) slipped more than 2.5 per cent to €13.35 (£12.21) yesterday, after a European court overturned European Commission caps on the amount of carbon...
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'Long overdue': Financial Reporting Council to launch sweeping review of corporate climate disclosures and auditing practices
Financial accounting watchdog stresses companies already have a responsibility to report on environmental impacts and climate risks, as major new review hints at stronger enforcement action down the line
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