Some developers of projects to cut carbon emissions in developing nations, particularly China, are likely to pull out of the U.N.
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Environment minister rejects Ross Garnaut’s call to preserve ETS with floating price and allow use of international credits
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) announced today the establishment of a new trust fund to support the adoption of advanced low-carbon technologies in its developing member countries (DMCs), with a
The use of carbon markets to curb rising greenhouse gas emissions was dealt a blow on Sunday after two weeks of United Nations talks on designing and reforming the mechanisms ended in deadlock.
Tata Power has crossed the 500 MW mark in renewable energy capacity with the commissioning of a solar plant at Palaswadi, Maharashtra.
A man takes a photograph standing in front of a structure covered with an image of the Hong Kong island skyline at the waterfront in the Tsim Sha Tsui area on Aug. 22, 2013.
United Nations carbon regulators will consider new rules next month to make it easier for China to switch emission-reduction projects from the Clean Development Mechanism to a new domestic offset p
This new World Bank report on the state and trends of carbon pricing shows that while international negotiations may be slow, countries and cities are moving on climate pricing.
The government will propose to join the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) in the upcoming National Assembly session that begins tomorrow.
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