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Watch This! - Civil Society Newsletter
By Andrew Coiley on 30 Jun 2020

Watch This! – Civil Society Newsletter – Q2

COVID recovery needs environmental strings attached Dear members, colleagues and friends, Recent months have been testing times for so many, as the global pandemic continues to pull on the very fabric of our societies.  While many countries around the world continue to battle the health crisis, others are already looking at how their economies can start to recover from the impact. What should a COVID recovery…

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Watch This! - Civil Society Newsletter
By Andrew Coiley on 30 Jun 2020

What’s next for the aviation sector?

Interview with (Andrew Murphy – Manager, Aviation at NGO Transport & Environment) For decades the aviation industry has enjoyed favourable conditions to expand its operations throughout Europe with little consideration of their climate impact. At the start of 2020, few could have predicted that the sector’s carbon emissions would drop as sharply as they have…

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Opinion
By Wijnand Stoefs on 28 May 2020

The EU to improve its carbon market rules despite corona – survey

The annual carbon market survey by the financial market data analyst Refinitiv shows high confidence in the European Green Deal in strengthening the EU carbon market.   First, the 80 respondents that answered to the questions about EU policies, see the EU emissions trading system (EU ETS) as the most important tool for reducing greenhouse gas…

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Opinion
By Gilles Dufrasne on 1 Apr 2020

ICAO’s carbon market report offers valuable lessons for Article 6 talks

This opinion article was first published in Carbon Pulse on March 30, 2020 As part of the work to establish an international carbon market for aviation, CORSIA, a group of experts recently recommended restrictions for the types of carbon offsets that can and cannot be used by airlines. These restrictions were adopted by the UN aviation…

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Carbon Market Watch News
By Kaisa Amaral on 31 Jan 2020

Carbon Market Watch Newsletter – January 2020

The year of climate ambition  Dear friends, One year from now, the landmark Paris Agreement will have entered into force and before that, governments should have announced higher climate pledges to put the world on track to limit global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees. 2020 has already been dubbed as the year of climate ambition…

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Opinion
By Gilles Dufrasne on 20 Jan 2020

International carbon markets at the frontier to the wild west

The failure to agree on rules for international carbon markets at COP 25 has been a victory for some and a disaster for others. Looking at it pragmatically, it was very much a “disaster averted” outcome since the rules on the table would have legitimised the use of markets riddled with loopholes. Far from ideal,…

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Opinion
By Kaisa Amaral on 13 Dec 2019

Do you want to solve the climate crisis – or do you want to cheat?

The article was first published on Carbon Markets at COP25 blog on 12th December 2019 There is a lot at stake in the UN climate conference in Madrid. If countries agree on bad rules for the future global carbon markets, the world will lock in a system that does nothing to reduce emissions – in…

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Watch This! - Civil Society Newsletter
By Andrew Coiley on 12 Dec 2019

TIME FOR ACTION!!

Welcome to this latest edition of the WT! (Watch This!). In this edition we bring you campaign updates from COP25 in Madrid, Spain and actions from around the globe to sound the alarm bells on the climate crisis.   Carbon Markets @ COP25  Negotiations on carbon markets have moved slow – the last remaining items of…

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Watch This! - Civil Society Newsletter
By Falguni Joshi (Guest Interview) on 12 Dec 2019

Indian perspective of COP25

An interview with Falguni Joshi (CMW member from Gujarat, India Q1: Can you describe what you/your organisation is working on? I have been working on environmental issues since 1997, especially strengthening people’s participation in environmental decision-making processes, creating awareness, raising material on environmental issues, disseminating knowledge about climate change among youth in India, through capacity-building…

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