Britain has allocated less than one percent of the 56.7 million European Union carbon permits it expects to issue this year to airlines taking part in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme, the Departmen
As the first anniversary of Japan's Fukushima nuclear disaster approaches, U.S.
Britain has started allocating free European Union carbon permits to airlines taking part in the bloc's emissions trading scheme, the Department of Energy and Climate Change said on Thursday.
A senior European Union parliamentary committee backed a proposal on Tuesday to allow the EU Commission to cut the supply of carbon permits in the bloc's emissions trading scheme in a bid to prop u
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A China battery unit of Johnson Controls was ordered to halt production by the government after the plant was linked to incidents of lead contamination in Shanghai that had sickened some children.
A strong 6.8 magnitude earthquake hit Russia's southeastern and sparsely populated region of Tuva on Sunday, shaking residents near the Mongolian border from their sleep, but there were no immediat
The last reactor in Japan scheduled to be shut down for maintenance following the Fukushima nuclear crisis could continue to operate slightly longer than planned, Hokkaido Electric Power Co said on
South Africa plans to invest 2 billion rand ($258.5 million) to build an ethanol plant and help a nascent biofuels sector that could reduce the country's reliance on imported fuel, an industry play
Ireland's Mainstream Renewable Power and Chinese wind turbine maker Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology Co.
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