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CDM Watch at work (Newsletter #17)

Over the last two months, CDM Watch has been busy providing input to policy discussions and analyzing and speaking out against contentious projects. Below a list of our recent submissions and publications

CDM Watch Press Releases

–          New UNFCCC report confirms coal power offset projects will generate millions of artificial carbon credits (10.11.2011)

–          New Study Finds CDM Coal Projects Undermine Climate Goals while Receiving Billions in Climate Finance (03.11.2011) – See German version: Neue Studie: CDM-Kohleprojekte untergraben Klimaschutzziele und erhalten dafür Milliarden an Klimageldern

–          UNFCCC Approves Controversial Coal and Hydro Projects in India (01.10.2011)

–          Large hydro project in India under scrutiny – Wikileaks puts integrity of UN carbon offsetting scheme under question (19.09.2011)

Comments on the validation of coal projects – Jointly submitted by CDM Watch and Sierra Club:

–          Energy efficient power generation by Navayuga Power Corporation Limited in Andhra Pradesh (26.10.2011)

–          Zhejiang Liuheng Ultra-supercritical Power Generation Project (23.09.2011)

–          Energy efficient power generation in Brahmanbasta, Cuttack, Orissa (21.09.2011)

Letters to the CDM Executive Board and DNAs:

–          Open Letter to Chris Huhne regarding UK support for CDM Coal Project 4785: Guangdong Pinghai Power Plant, China (04.10.2011)

–          Unsolicited Letter: Review of the Additionality of the CDM Project 4785: Guangdong Pinghai Power Plant, China (30.09.2011)

–          Unsolicited Letter: Request for review of the Additionality of the CDM Project 3497: Sujiahekou Hydropower Station (30.09.2011)

Study commissioned by CDM Watch

–          Coal Power in the CDM: Issues and Options – Stockholm Environment Institute. Full Study, Executive Summary (03.11.2011)


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