WCI carbon market update: 19 January 2021
China has announced it will launch its long-awaited national emissions trading scheme (ETS) in February,…
EU Allowances (EUAs) continue to climb, ending the Christmas period up 3.8% says Tom Lord
California Carbon Allowances (CCA) prices have increased while trading volumes have fallen, says Nicolas…
For the seventh week in a row EUAs prices increased, but Brexit and Covid weigh on the price at the end…
An investigation by think tank Common Wealth into UK funds with climate or low carbon themes has found…
The Taskforce on scaling voluntary carbon markets will next week publish its final recommendations. Annabelle Palmer spoke with market participants to hear their thoughts on the proposals outlined so far
Carbon market suggestions by Chinese officials on a global link and absolute emissions cap have surprised many, reports Ahren Lester, and indicate a rising ambition for the nationwide scheme under development
Cap and trade schemes were not immune to the pandemic, but growing support for climate policies helped them recover, the winners of the 2020 Market Rankings told Annabelle Palmer
Following their recently upgraded climate pledge, senior Chinese officials have given renewed backing to a national emissions trading system (ETS), reigniting hopes it will soon be built and be more ambitious, writes Ahren Lester
'Green' hydrogen promises many benefits to help decarbonise our economies, but it may need EU carbon prices to be five times higher by 2030. Ahren Lester reports.
Transition finance has garnered a lot of attention, but the challenge of delineating what exactly it is remains unresolved. Three recent reports try to balance the need for the definition to be both broad enough to be inclusive, yet specific enough to protect the instruments from claims of greenwashing. Ahren Lester reports.