Offsetting or Offputting – Where the Kyoto Protocol went very wrong

A key carbon offsetting scheme was so open to abuse that three quarters of its allowances lacked environmental integrity, a new report says.
Posted On 17 Sep 2015
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Improved carbon pricing could make socially-conscious investing easier

It is the consumption of fossil fuels, rather than their production, that is mostly responsible for the emission of greenhouse gases.
Posted On 23 May 2015
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Oil prices and the New Climate Economy

Renewables are a safer bet than price-volatile oil, says New Climate Economy Report
Posted On 12 May 2015
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Carbon Pricing – The Momentum is Growing

New Handbook offers policymakers comprehensive guidance on options and key elements for implementing a carbon pricing regime
Posted On 06 May 2015
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Central Banks can play a key role in financing the Green Climate Fund

Green Climate Bonds purchased by central banks could the key to financing the Clean Energy Fund
Posted On 21 Apr 2015
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Closing the $70 Billion Climate Finance Gap – End Fossil Fuel Subsidies

“Fossil fuel subsidies send out a terrible signal: burn more carbon.” World Bank President Jim Yong Kim.
Posted On 13 Apr 2015
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The Way Forward – Carbon Pricing at the Provincial Level

Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission says provincial carbon pricing will keep Canada competitive in a changing global economy.
Posted On 07 Apr 2015
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Lower Oil Prices and the Canadian Economy

The decline in crude oil prices may be a blessing in disguise for Canada’s energy intensive manufacturing sector.
Posted On 18 Feb 2015
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