Time is running out to vote in the 16th Environmental Finance Annual Market Rankings
There are only a few days left to vote in the Environmental Finance Annual Market Rankings – the largest and most closely watched survey of the world's environmental markets.
Voting open in the 16th Environmental Finance Annual Market Rankings
Voting has opened in the Environmental Finance Annual Market Rankings – the largest and most closely watched survey of the world's environmental markets.
Australia boosts investor confidence by agreeing new renewables target
Australia has reduced its Renewable Energy Target (RET) by nearly 20% – but the move was welcomed by investors as it ends months of political wrangling and reduces the uncertainty hanging over the sector.
Prices down, but optimism up
Prices have come under renewed pressure, say the winners of this year's Voluntary Carbon Market Rankings, but growing interest from corporates offers reasons for hope. Peter Cripps reports
Winners of Environmental Finance's Voluntary Carbon Market Rankings see better times ahead
Sentiment in the voluntary carbon market remains bullish despite prices continuing to come under pressure, according to the latest survey of the market by Environmental Finance.
Clean Power Plan could lead to stranded assets, inter-state trading
The proposed US Clean Power Plan could leave some coal-fired power plants 'stranded' and lead to inter-state trading of emission reductions in the western states, experts said.
Voting opens for the Annual Voluntary Carbon Market Rankings
For the sixth year, Environmental Finance is conducting its annual rankings of the voluntary carbon markets. The survey, which opens today, is asking for views on the leading project developers, traders, wholesalers, advisors, verifiers and other service providers in the space.
A survivors' market
After some tough years in the traded environmental markets, the survivors have weathered the storm and see better times ahead
The only way is up
This year's winners in the carbon markets section of our annual rankings believe the tide has finally turned after the economic downturn in 2008 sent prices and volumes tumbling. Graham Cooper and Sophie Robinson-Tillett report
Trading in good times, and in bad
Players in the US RECs markets are bullish on pricing, but other markets are less upbeat, reports Sophie Robinson-Tillett