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  • NEWS: Early EU effort sharing on Transport, Building and Agriculture sectors could yield an extra billion tonnes of carbon reductions across Europe
    In June, Carbon Market Watch presented new analysis on how (not) to reduce the costs of tackling sixty percent of EU’s greenhouse gas emissions, covered by the Effort Sharing Decision (ESD). The report finds that a wrong design could significantly undermine reduction efforts in the transport, agriculture, buildings and waste… ... read more
    Source: CMWPublished on 2015-07-01
  • NEWS: Early EU effort sharing on Transport, Building and Agriculture sectors could yield an extra billion tonnes of carbon reductions across Europe
    In June, Carbon Market Watch presented new analysis on how (not) to reduce the costs of tackling sixty percent of EU’s greenhouse gas emissions, covered by the Effort Sharing Decision (ESD). The report finds that a wrong design could significantly undermine reduction efforts in the transport, agriculture, buildings and waste… ... read more
    Source: CMWPublished on 2015-07-01
  • NEWS: China and others announces INDCs more Parties must follow suit
    China has announced its Intended Nationally-Determined Contribution (INDC) to the global climate effort, meaning that the three largest emitters – the US, EU and China – have now put their opening bids on the table in advance of the Paris climate talks in December. While it is good that more… ... read more
    Source: CMWPublished on 2015-07-01
  • NEWS: Growing expectations on EU ministers to promote aviation mitigation
    The inclusion of international flights into the EU’s carbon market was one factor that created momentum for a global, rather than regional, measure to address aviation emissions. Recognizing Europe’s potential importance in the ongoing negotiations towards a global market based measure, open letters from fifteen NGOs across Europe were sent… ... read more
    Source: CMWPublished on 2015-05-04