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U.K. Considers Environment Tax to Replace Carbon ‘Burden’

Date: 23/03/2012 in General
U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne said today that he may introduce an environmental tax to replace a carbon-reduction program that’s become a “burden” on business.Proposals for the new tax will be made in…
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Delivering Sustainable Supply Chains

Date: 10/02/2012 in General
Regulation, along with a drive to improve efficiency and enhance corporate reputation, has encouraged the majority of large organizations to look at how they can measure and reduce carbon in their own business.  As this…
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Guangdong Carbon Program to Be China’s Largest, New Energy Says

Date: 27/01/2012 in General
A program to curb the increase of greenhouse gas emissions in China’s Guangdong province will probably be the largest of the nation’s seven test climate- protection systems,according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.Guangdong is seeking to…
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Unavoidable European Aviation Emissions Trading

Date: 13/01/2012 in General
Unavoidable European Aviation Emissions Trading – Comply or fly-by.Over the past week we have seen growing opposition over the implementation of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme for the aviation industry. Airline operators are anxious that…
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COP 17: Measuring, Reporting and Verifying Emissions Reductions

Date: 22/12/2011 in General
At the COP17 meeting Durban there was important progress made on the establishment of the Green Climate Fund. The fund is set to mobilise $100 billion annually to aid developing nations reduce emissions and adapt…
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