China set for top spot in carbon trading

Chinese officials say they will have the world’s biggest carbon trading scheme up and running throughout the country by the middle of next year.
Posted On 06 Dec 2016
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Border carbon tax could cut emissions

Major trading countries are urged to make a big contribution to the battle against climate change by introducing a carbon tax on imports.
Posted On 20 Oct 2016
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Fossil fuel industry must halt expansion – Report

Analysis of fossil fuel projects shows that prospecting for new coal, oil and gas has to stop to prevent the planet overheating.
Posted On 10 Oct 2016
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Governments Urged to End Expensive Emissions-Reduction Policies

Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission recommends letting biofuels stand on their own, without support from government subsidies
Posted On 05 Oct 2016

Carbon pricing efforts are falling short, OECD

Canada is about to set a national price for carbon but current carbon prices are falling short of the levels needed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions says the OECD
Posted On 26 Sep 2016
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IEA Urges Japan to Decarbonise its Energy Supply

IEA welcomes energy market reform and applauds commitment to energy innovation
Posted On 21 Sep 2016
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B.C.’s Long Awaited Climate Leadership Plan Released

Plan seeks to cut emissions while growing the economy, but many elements are yet to be finalized
Posted On 19 Aug 2016
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Vancouver’s Strengths as a Global Financial Centre

Conference Board of Canada Releases Comprehensive Study on Vancouver’s Financial Services Sector Co-Funded by AdvantageBC
Posted On 21 Jul 2016
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