Aurora Energy Research report warns that plan to phase out coal power in the UK could falter unless Treasury increases carbon price
To achieve climate agreement's limit of 2C rise, pricing will have to increase to more than $100 a tonne, says Schroders
EU states, Mexico and South Korea among nations to sign joint statement endorsing "renewed co-operation" on carbon markets
EU set to link emissions trading system with Switzerland's programme in landmark deal that could provide answers for UK policy post-Brexit
Green data specialist launches new tool aimed at helping firms assess risk to their businesses from evolving carbon pricing landscape
Closure of UK coal plants and switching to gas and renewables has led to a sharp fall in EU greenhouse gas emissions, but analysts fear carbon-savings from industry are 'stalling'
Chemicals firm is using Brexit as a chance to seek further exemptions from climate policy costs
But campaigners warn plans to cancel excess carbon allowances do not go far enough
US aerospace giant's chief sustainability officer John Mandyck highlights role of global airports and factories in cutting sector's emissions
MEPs vote to cancel nearly a billion emissions permits as part of latest reforms to the faltering EU emissions trading scheme
Alasdair MacEwen argues victory for Francois Fillon in next year's French election could spell good news for low carbon investors
Shipping industry last week delayed key decisions on carbon reduction plan until 2023 - but will businesses and policymakers be prepared to wait that long?
New analysis finds more international carbon trading could drastically reduce costs of delivering deep emissions cuts
ICAO summit in Montreal sees long-awaited international market-based measure to offset carbon emissions adopted
WWF's James Beard argues there has never been a better opportunity to deliver an ambitious international deal for tackling aviation emissions
Report slams trade federation's 'obstructive' climate policy positions, arguing it is being far less ambitions than many of its members
Leading business group under fire again for its stance on climate policy, as report claims its stance on environmental policy is far less ambitious than many of its members
Over 1,200 firms are now either using internal carbon pricing already or plan to do so soon, CDP report reveals, but is it impacting their investment decisions?
Draft document seen by Reuters proposes 30 per cent cut to energy use by 2030 compared with business as usual
UNFCCC meetings in Asia Pacific region and developing countries have recently explored new market approaches towards tackling emissions
Mexico reportedly set to launch 12-month pilot ETS for up to 60 companies in November ahead of full scheme in 2018
What does the future have in store for Europe's carbon trading scheme, asks EEF's Nicholas Troja
Canadian Prime Minister steps up pressure on provinces to deliver carbon pricing mechanisms
Green corporate leaders were in London this week for the annual Business and Climate Summit, and for all the turmoil in the UK economy they were in good spirits