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4 February 2015 11:08 AM GMT

Prometheum Carbon said a pilot carbon offsets trading scheme has demonstrated that South Africa could implement such a program.

February 4th 2015
Australia to Provide US$19.6 Millon Funding for Carbon Capture Research

The Australian government has introduced a A$25 million (US$19.6 million) funding for research into carbon capture and storage technology.

January 20th 2015
2014 Warmest Ever Year, Study Reveals

Last year was the warmest since 1880, according to two separate analyses by NASA and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientists.

January 20th 2015
South Korea First Asian Nation to Implement Emissions Trading

South Korea has become the first Asian nation to launch a national emissions trading scheme.

January 19th 2015
India Urged To Accelerate Carbon Emissions Reduction

India has been urged by the United Nations to adopt a more robust carbon emissions target to play a leading role in sustainability, energy efficiency and fight against climate change.

 
January 19th 2015
U.S. Administration Slammed for Delaying Carbon Regulations for Power Plants

The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity has criticised the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to delay regulations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from power units under its Clean Power Plan to by mid-summer 2015.

January 19th 2015
California to Grant US$18 Million for Clean Energy, Efficiency Projects

The California Energy Commission approved nearly US$18 million to fund alternative energy and efficiency projects to help the state’s meet its climate and energy goals.

January 19th 2015
ADB to Grant US$100 Million to Indian Solar Project Developer

The Asian Development Bank said it will extend up to US$100 million to India’s ACME Group to help the company set up solar power projects.

January 16th 2015
Power Industry Emissions in EU Decline 8%, Study Shows

Emissions from the power industry in the European Union dropped 8% in 2014, whilst electricity consumption fell by 2.7%, according to analysis by industry group Sandbag.

January 15th 2015
China Presses Regions to Commit to Firm Coal Reduction Targets

China’s powerful state planning agency, National Development and Reform Commission, wants the country’s regions to make firm commitments in cutting the use of coal as part of a broader plan to reduce emissions.

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