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August 1, 2012 West Virginia: Judge Strikes Down Water RulesSource: NY Times
The Environmental Protection Agency overstepped its powers by setting water quality criteria for coal mining operations in Appalachia, a federal judge ruled Tuesday. Judge Reggie B. Walton of Federal District Court in Washington...
July 31, 2012 UN Carbon for 2012, 2013 Fall to Records on OversupplySource: Bloomberg
United Nations Certified Emissions Reduction credits for this year and 2013 dropped to records as the European carbon market is oversupplied and UN regulators consider requests for supply
July 31, 2012 ArticleMore Reuters Results for:"carbon"Source: Reuters
A coalition of industry lobby groups urged the Obama administration on Monday to take more aggressive measures to challenge an EU law that forces airlines that use European airports to pay for their carbon emissions, as two U.S....
July 30, 2012 Clue to carbon storage in the Southern OceanSource: The Conversation
Carbon emissions are drawn deep into the Southern Ocean by plunging currents, scientists have found, challenging the idea that carbon is locked away from the atmosphere by being absorbed across vast areas of ocean. The team of...
July 26, 2012 EU May Cut More Than Half of Carbon Permits Sold in 2013Source: BusinessWeek
European Union carbon permits declined as much as 6.3 percent because of doubts that the bloc’s regulator will approve a cut in supply before auctions start in 2013. Carbon for December dropped as low as 6.75 euros ($8.19) a...
According to researchers, which way the public opinion winds blow on the issue of global warming is based on the current weather where live for as many as one American in twenty. Patrick Egan of New York University and Megan...
July 25, 2012 EU Commission to announce carbon market rescue planSource: Reuters
The European Commission will outline a keenly-awaited plan on Wednesday to bolster the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) by reducing a massive burden of surplus allowances
July 24, 2012 10 reasons to create a carbon taxSource: The Energy Collective
The possible revival of serious talks about a U.S. carbon tax should take thought-leaders to the most recent credible analysis in a book finished earlier this year by Shi-Ling Hsu, a professor at the University of British...
Source: Christian Science Monitor
Despite global talks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, carbon dioxide production is up 3 percent in 2011, with three of the top five emitters being developing countries.
July 20, 2012 China keen to avoid CO2 rollercoaster rideSource: Reuters
Price control mechanisms and tightly regulated markets are among the measures China is considering for its emissions trading schemes in a bid to avoid the price volatility and scandals that have hit Europe's $148-billion...
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