China – lowering CO2 emissions without harming economic growth

MIT professor sees coal use peaking within next decade and emissions dropping soon after.
Posted On 11 Feb 2016
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China’s carbon count is not as high as feared

The use of poor-quality coal in Chinese power plants means that the carbon dioxide emissions of the world’s biggest polluter are 10% less than previously thought.
Posted On 21 Aug 2015
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New study finds China’s emissions likely to peak by 2025

China’s greenhouse gas emissions could peak more than five years earlier than expected, helping to avoid dangerous climate change
Posted On 11 Jun 2015
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Canada Proclaims Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act

This Act honours a commitment made by Prime Minister Stephen Harper to establish new reporting standards for Canadian oil, gas and mining companies.
Posted On 10 Jun 2015
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Climate Change – What are the investment risks and opportunities?

Climate change will create risks and opportunities for investors. Under a 2°C scenario Infrastructure, real estate, timber and agriculture could be winners. Under a 4°C scenario everyone loses
Posted On 09 Jun 2015
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World leaders urged to kick killer coal habit

Oxfam report says coal-fired power plants in the G7 group of countries should all be phased out to save lives, money and the planet.
Posted On 06 Jun 2015
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The Great Transition – Closing Coal Plants

We may wake up one morning in the not-too-distant future and realize that the world has reached a tipping point on coal.
Posted On 03 Jun 2015
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Québec joins Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition

Québec firmly believes that fixing a price for carbon is one of the most effective solutions for combating climate change.
Posted On 26 May 2015
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