EU carbon market weekly update
Prices in the EU's carbon market hit €7.57 on 24 December - nearing their 2014 peak - but fell in the following days as the market eyes the next round of auctions, says Louis Redshaw.
Quotes of the quarter
As the calendar year wraps up, Environmental Finance takes a look back at some of the quotes that defined the last quarter.
Analysts predict further strong gains for EU carbon prices in 2015
Carbon market analysts expect the price of EU allowances (EUAs) to rise by a further 40% in 2015 after a rise of more than 30% this year, despite some bearish fundamental factors.
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
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.
The carbon market is dead, long live the carbon market
The boom has been followed by near-bust for the EU's carbon market, and the ensuing malaise has caused many to quit. But we have reached an inflection point, and carbon emissions trading now has a bright future, argues Louis Redshaw
The latest personnel changes across the industry, including departures at Duke Energy, appointments at GDF Suez and new positions at Northern Trust
Ex-Barclays carbon specialist launches advisory firm
Louis Redshaw, the former head of environmental markets at Barclays, has set up a new company – Redshaw Advisors – to provide risk management services to participants in the carbon markets.