The eighth ETS Talk will explore how the use of revenue from the ETS presents tangible risks, but also offers a unique opportunity to create co-benefits from carbon pricing.
With shipping due to enter the EU’s Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) in 2024, North Sea Port in Belgium is striving to put more wind in the sails of its climate strategy.
An in-depth study of the main methodologies used by REDD+ forest conservation projects has exposed a series of shortcomings that allow project owners to stretch reality and create a vast quantity of carbon credits for projects that have questionable climate impacts.
This report qualitatively assesses the robustness and reliability of evaluations of carbon credit quality by selected carbon credit rating agencies.
This briefing provides Carbon Market Watch’s analysis and recommendations related to the ‘Assessing and comparing carbon credit rating agencies’ report.
As holidaymakers travel across the European continent to discover their destinations besieged by record-setting heatwaves and wildfires, the airline industry continues to promote the idea that jet setting need not cost the Earth. The new climate reality suggests otherwise.
The Integrity Council for the Voluntary Carbon Market’s latest guidelines provide a set of much-needed incremental improvements but fail to raise the quality of carbon credits sufficiently and leave too much wiggle room to truly tackle the climate crisis. The ICVCM has the opportunity to clear up the loopholes and ambiguities when it issues its first assessments of carbon market programmes.
We welcome the opportunity to provide feedback on this climate change amendment bill. While we see merit in the proposed amendment to regulate carbon markets (PART IVA—REGULATION OF CARBON MARKETS), we urge the Kenyan government to take this amendment back to the drawing board and revise it in its entirety. The Bill needs clarity and …
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As the EU institutions enter into a three-way trilogue on the reform of the Emissions Trading System, we present you with this handy comparative analysis of the options on the table and Carbon Market Watch’s recommendations. Almost a year after the publication of the European Commission’s proposal for the revision of the EU’s Emissions Trading …