Climate Group show German GHG efforts
A new publication detailing German efforts to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases has been published by The Climate Group.
CCX and CARB link up on forestry credits
The Chicago Climate Exchange has approved rules developed by the California Climate Action Registry to track carbon reductions from forestry protection projects.
Calls for national GHG policy in Australia
The Australian government's key advisory body on economic reform, the Productivity Commission, has called for immediate action to develop a consistent national response on greenhouse gas emissions.
GHGs factored in to Australian planning enquiry
Environment groups have hailed a ruling by an Australian state tribunal ordering a planning authority to consider the impact of indirect greenhouse gas emissions created by a proposed new coal mine.
New Carboncredits.nl manager appointed
Daniël van der Weerd will be the new head of the carboncredits.nl programme within the Dutch government agency SenterNovem.
Lords highlight UK's climate role for 2005
The UK will be in a unique position of influence international policy on climate change in 2005, in its capacity as president of both the G8 group of industrialised countries and the EU, according to a new report from the House of Lords EU Agriculture and Environment Committee.
British Glass unveils GHG data software
British Glass, the UK glass industry representative body, has released details of a new greenhouse gas data management system.
Pioneering the CDM
Mitsubishi Securities has built a 10-strong team dedicated to helping develop projects that generate carbon credits under the CDM. Graham Cooper reports on its achievements to date and its plans for the future
The Commission must act to tighten remaining emissions plans, but other factors will impact EU allowance prices, delegates to Environmental Finance's recent conference in Brussels were told. Robin Lancaster reports
Additionality definitions are problematic, and the CDM project approvals process needs more resources, according to a recent IETA survey. Robert Dornau summarises the responses