US carbon market falls following elections
The US carbon market fell following the victory of Donald Trump in the Presidential election. Prices of carbon in both the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) and the California cap-and-trade scheme dropped the day after the results were been announced.
Quotes of the Quarter
A round-up of the quotes of Q4 2015 that made headlines, including commments from Narendra Modi, Michael Bloomberg and Frederic Samama
Volatility and big volumes in green certificates markets
While some US Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) markets traded at record highs this year, low prices persist in Europe, reports Hamza Ali
Carbon trading finds its feet again
The winners of 2015's carbon-related Market Rankings say it's been a good year for trading systems worldwide, with more regulatory certainty and overall activity than last year in many markets. Sophie Robinson-Tillett reports
A survivors' market
After some tough years in the traded environmental markets, the survivors have weathered the storm and see better times ahead
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
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.
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