CO2 price in EU emissions trading scheme breaches €30 per tonne-mark amid political push for 'green recovery'
A new OECD report weights up the pros and cons of a host of carbon pricing options, from cap and trade systems to flat fuel taxes
Reuters reports that proposals to link EU and UK ETS unlikely to gain Brussels approval without fresh safeguards
Response to consultation confirms government plans to press ahead with development of post-Brexit UK carbon trading scheme
Conventional fiscal thinking needs to be turned on its head to implement a fairer, more effective approach to net zero, according to the authors of a new report
With trade deal talks kicking-off on Monday BusinessGreen pulls together the UK's stance on a range of crucial climate and energy issues
Move echoes calls from green groups for 'robust carbon pricing' measures, as pressure grows for next government to bring forward UK coal power phase out date to 2022
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'
Wide-ranging new consultation sets out series of proposals for carbon pricing mechanisms once the UK leaves the EU
Firm hit by EU's decision to suspend UK companies from accessing CO2 credits under emissions trading system until Brexit deal is ratified
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
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
Major new study details how carbon prices across the bloc could double by 2021 if the EU moves to make emissions trading scheme compatible with the Paris Agreement
French think tank I4CE publishes Global Carbon Account 2018, confirming that adoption of carbon pricing policies is accelerating
Recent emissions data reveals a worrying global trend re-tying emissions to economic growth
Analysts cite recently-agreed reforms to EU Emissions Trading Scheme as a major driver behind recent carbon price surge, but can the cost of polluting keep rising?
Carbon market will initially cover China's energy sector before expanding over the coming years, but it is still not yet know when trading will actually begin
With renewables costs coming down, carbon pricing represents most cost-effective means of decarbonising EU power sector, according to LSE researchers
David Newman of the World Biogas Association argues the global march of carbon pricing schemes will have big implications for the waste industry and beyond
Revision to Emissions Trading System will put EU on track to meeting "significant part" of 2030 climate targets, but campaign groups warn reform package is too weak
European Environment Agency data shows much more work is needed to meet longer-term emissions reduction goals
Treasury faces fresh calls to confirm future of carbon price floor, as EU begins work on post-Brexit emissions trading scheme plan