Climate change advisors tell government that a suite of net zero policies is needed after UK exits the EU's emissions trading system
Treasury announces an extra £2.1bn in Brexit funding is set to be releases, sparking accusations that spending pledges do not add up
Coal power generation in the EU has plummeted 19 per cent since the start of the year, according to analysis by Sandbag, but will the trend continue?
Former German Defence Minister becomes first female European Commission President. securing narrow parliamentary approval after promising increased climate action
Price tops €28 per tonne on Wednesday as traders anticipate market reforms
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
But the Irish airline is also the tenth highest emitter in the EU's Emission Trading System
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Firm hit by EU's decision to suspend UK companies from accessing CO2 credits under emissions trading system until Brexit deal is ratified
As coal use drops off, aviation is coming to the fore as bloc's biggest emitter
Influential new report from Sandbag claims policies already in place to deliver 50 per cent cut in emissions by 2030, paving the way for increased ambition
New guidance warns firms should prepare for major changes to emissions trading, electricity trading, and nuclear safeguards if UK crashes out of EU next month
You'd have been forgiven for missing the green detail of yesterday's Budget speech - but buried in the Red Book was some measures sustainability executives should be abreast of
EU ETS carbon price breaks €20 per tonne mark, as demand increases ahead of looming market reforms
EU ETS price on course to hit €40 per tonne by 2023 says Carbon Tracker, but how high is too high?
Higher energy demand coupled with plant shut downs, low wind and hydro production has helped rally EU ETS prices to a seven-year high
Study co-authored by Lord Stern argues governments should focus on building public support for strong carbon pricing, rather than limiting themselves to economic arguments
Annual Point Carbon survey suggests European Emissions Trading System driving more real emissions reductions
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
Uptick in industrial activity drives emissions growth across the trading bloc
As government pursues 'Green Brexit' vision, new research from Economist Intelligence Unit warns UK's task of cutting emissions could become more difficult and expensive after Brexit
Energy minister Claire Perry confirms UK will remain in the EU's carbon market until the end of the decade despite 2019 Brexit date
EU carbon market reforms clear final hurdle after European Council gives is backing to post-2020 emissions trading system
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?