US carbon markets evolve for the future
Regional carbon trading in North America has survived numerous challenges and setbacks but looks well-positioned for further growth, says Katie Kouchakji.
Rebooting the carbon markets
Across the globe, regulators are doubling down on their commitment to carbon trading, despite recent market setbacks. Graham Cooper reports
Washington State revisits emissions trading plans
Washington State has published a revised version of its plans to launch a state-wide carbon market and is seeking feedback on the proposals by 22 July.
Ontario votes in cap-and-trade system
Ontario has passed legislation to introduce a cap-and-trade carbon market in what has been described as "the start of the next chapter" for its shift towards a low-carbon economy.
COP Blog: Why finance matters to the UN talks - and business
As the first week of the UN negotiations in Lima wrap up, the Green Climate Fund (GCF) is closer to the mythical $10 billion initial capitalisation goal that someone, somewhere decided would be the threshold for success.
Green Climate Fund reaches $2.3bn
The Green Climate Fund (GCF) has now received $2.3 billion of funding from countries across the world, following yesterday's Climate Summit in New York.
Warsaw climate talks keep 2015 deal within grasp
Negotiators at this year's UN climate talks reached an agreement on how to further advance climate action ahead of global deal in 2015, but little progress was made on the financing of climate measures.
COP Blog: Follow the money
Before this year's Conference of the Parties (COP) to the UN climate convention got underway, the Warsaw meeting was being widely referred to as 'the finance COP'