The results are in: Annual Market Rankings winners announced
Top brokers, dealers and service providers have been named in Environmental Finance's 15th Annual Market Rankings.
COP Blog: REDD+ still has room to grow
There has been an air of anticipation about what this COP might deliver on REDD+, the evolving UNFCCC mitigation mechanism on deforestation, forest degradation and other forest uses which first arose on the COP agenda in 2005.
Lima meeting sees several attempts to clarify role of forest carbon credits
Several reports are being launched at the current UN climate change conference in Lima, Peru, which aim to explain the complex situation regarding the REDD+ mechanism for issuing carbon credits to projects that conserve forests.
Voluntary carbon leaders look on the bright side
The dominant players in the voluntary carbon market are optimistic about the future, despite a decline in volumes and prices between 2012 and 2013, according to the latest survey of the market by Environmental Finance.
Voting opens for the Annual Voluntary Carbon Market Rankings
Environmental Finance is conducting its annual rankings of the voluntary carbon markets, polling our readers on the leading project developers, traders, wholesalers, advisors, verifiers and other service providers active in these markets.
Succeeding in uncertain times
Having survived another tough year, the winners in Environmental Finance's 14th Annual Market Rankings have proved they can cope with the pain and are poised to prosper when the tide turns.
GHGs: Back to the future
The winners in this year's rankings have triumphed in the face of adversity. They are now anxiously waiting for policymakers to make structural reforms to core markets, just as they were at the turn of the century. Graham Cooper reports
Braine takes reins at IETA
The International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) has appointed Bruce Braine, a vice-president responsible for strategic policy analysis at American Electric Power, as its new chairman. He replaces David Hone, senior climate change adviser at Shell, who is stepping down after three years in the role.
Carbon Tracker appoints senior lawyer as first CEO
Anthony Hobley, global head of sustainability and climate change at law firm Norton Rose Fulbright, is to become the first CEO of the Carbon Tracker Initiative.
COP19: boon or bust?
The UN climate talks in Warsaw kept a 2015 agreement within grasp – but offers little for investors, at least in the near-term, finds Katie Kouchakji