Europe’s emissions trading system could be a catalyst for the energy transition, but only if prices rise
Isda AGM: Behnam says commission may have a role to play in supporting growth of voluntary market
As finance looks to shape decarbonisation in its own image, critics wonder if its efforts are misplaced
Risk Awards 2022: Amid Brexit and benchmark transition, Ice fulfils Abu Dhabi exchange ambition
In total, 55 margin breaches reported at end-September 2018
EU reforms trigger carbon rally set to last through 2018
Energy traders welcome reforms seen as shoring up ailing EU carbon market
Strengthening prices increase need for risk management, firms say
Australia and the EU have made plans to link their carbon trading scheme from 2015 and Australia will drop its controversial carbon floor price.
What next for carbon markets?
Within the framework of Phase II of the EU ETS, which has consecutive compliance periods that allow banking and borrowing, Daniel Bloch expresses the dynamics of Certified Emission Reductions as a function of European Union Allowances, and computes the…
The number of approved Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) projects in China tumbles by 30% after investors voice concerns that the generated credits will not be legal under future emissions' regulation
A newly launched service will allow project developers, buyers and sellers of carbon offset credits and forwards to track documents and contract information.
The European Energy Exchange (EEX) and derivatives exchange Eurex will launch futures on certified emission reduction (CER) carbon credits on EEX on March 26.