In this edition, China takes the top place among articles, including Bloomberg’s article suggesting China Unlikely to Stimulate New Carbon Credit Supply Efforts and a thorough Financial Times’ look at water security. Meanwhile, Japan government takes aim at electricity monopolies, reports Reuters.
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May 16, 2013: China Unlikely to Stimulate New Carbon Credit Supply Efforts; Brazil Auction Rules May Boost Price of Cheap Wind Power; Gov. Brown chided for plan to borrow from cap-and-trade funds
May 9, 2013: New emissions plan could energise global climate talks, says US envoy; The Emerging Interlocking Climate Solution; How GE and a leading utility are changing the smart-grid game
In this edition, more buzz out of the U.S. suggesting that the best Kyoto rewrite will come with ditching a multilateral agreement in favor of country plans. Australia is bristling over European market impact on its carbon tax and market policies. And, from The New York Times, A Call for Quid Pro Quo on Keystone Pipeline Approval.
May 3, 2013: UN Envoys Consider 2050 Carbon Target in Climate Deal Talks; Korea gears up for carbon market scheme; Oil and gas trade group guarded on upcoming fracking rules
In this edition, coverage from the UN talks as a UN agency releases a report on Arctic ice loss. From the Carbon section, Bloomberg reports EU Factories Used Fewer Carbon Offsets Than Expected in 2012 and Germany’s EON tops Arcelor as Biggest UN Carbon-Offset User in 2012.
April 30, 2013: Bonn climate talks kick off with stark warning over dangerous carbon threshold; Carbon bubble makes Australia’s coal industry ripe for financial implosion; Bank of America and Citigroup Biggest Lenders to Coal
In this edition, dispatches from the U.N.’s Bonn conference from Ecosystem Marketplace and Business Green. Australia’s complex carbon-coal relationship is covered by Business Green in the Leads section and others throughout the Coal section. And from the political space, Ford lobbying on Keystone pipeline, reports The Hill’s E2 Wire.
April 24, 2013: Renewables Tapping Partnership Tax Plan Backed by Big Oil; Power Sector Readies for New Emissions Rules; The international case for developing shale gas in China
In this edition, coverage of delicate courtship between the oil and renewables industry, in Renewables Tapping Partnership Tax Plan Backed by Big Oil from Bloomberg. Plus, Oil Industry Chief Believes Obama Will Back Keystone Pipe. And, Power Sector Readies for New Emissions Rules, detailed in The Wall Street Journal.
April 22, 2013: Europe’s Carbon Market Eyes Assurances on Fix From Ministers; China and India talk up plans for national climate action; Study: Fracked gas far more climate-friendly than coal
In this edition, coverage and attention turn to Dublin talks this week, covered here: Europe’s Carbon Market Eyes Assurances on Fix From Ministers. And, the World Bank weighs in in a PBS interview: World Bank President: Climate Change Is Urgent ‘Today’ Problem.
April 18, 2013: Harvard Don Tells EU Kill Grants to Save Carbon; If Carbon Markets Can’t Work in Europe, Can They Work Anywhere?; Canada Welcomes More China Energy Investment
In this edition, day-two thought pieces on next steps for the European carbon market, including from Time and The Economist. In the corporate space, Walmart targets 600 per cent increase in renewable energy use by 2020, reports Business Green. And, The Wall Street Journal reports Canada Welcomes More China Energy Investment.
April 16, 2013: JLN Environmental/Energy: Europe Braces for Verdict on Climate Chief’s Carbon Plan; Vestas takes confidence blow as CFO departs; What Does Warren Buffett See in Solar?
In this edition, 11th-hour coverage of the big market vote April 16. Soros and Buffet share space on our page, in What Does Warren Buffett See in Solar? from Renewable Energy World.com and Soros-backed group: ‘Messy’ US green energy efforts yielding results from The Hill’s E2 Wire.
April 12, 2013: German, U.K. Ministers Urge Support For Carbon Fix; Business giants urge US to seize climate change “opportunity”; Geothermal Energy Expected to More Than Double by 2030
In this edition, businesses chime in. Read Business Green’s Business giants urge US to seize climate change “opportunity”. In the solar space, Saudi Arabia hopes to export solar electricity to Europe, says Reuters.
April 10, 2013: EU Parliament’s Largest Bloc Prepares CO2-Fix Backup Plan; UN Emission Credits Surge as Developers Delay Carbon Claims; Ballooning Gas Exports to Leave Australian Wind Winner
In this edition, Europe’s market in focus in Bloomberg’s EU Parliament’s Largest Bloc Prepares CO2-Fix Backup Plan. And, environmental coverage linked to the death this week of Margaret Thatcher, including: Baroness Thatcher dies: an Iron Lady, definitely; a Green Lady, maybe from blog Blue and Green Tomorrow. And from Mother Jones, How Margaret Thatcher Made the Conservative Case for Climate Action. Plus, The Christian Science Monitor reports How North Sea oil helped Margaret Thatcher.