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How sick is the CO2 emissions trading scheme?

Will a band aid be enough to fix the carbon trading scheme, or is surgery the only option?

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How sick is the CO2 emissions trading scheme?

Will a band aid be enough to fix the carbon trading scheme, or is surgery the only option?

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Where now for the Green Investment Bank?

Yesterday’s article in the Guardian revealed fresh grounds for concern that the government may fail to deliver a real bank with powers to borrow from the capital markets.

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Where now for the Green Investment Bank?

Yesterday’s article in the Guardian revealed fresh grounds for concern that the government may fail to deliver a real bank with powers to borrow from the capital markets.

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House of Commons Launch of ClientEarth Green Investment Bank legislation: the fight begins.

Last night saw the Parliamentary launch of ClientEarth’s legislative proposals for the legislation establishing the Green Investment Bank.

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House of Commons Launch of ClientEarth Green Investment Bank legislation: the fight begins.

Last night saw the Parliamentary launch of ClientEarth’s legislative proposals for the legislation establishing the Green Investment Bank.

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UK government’s plans for coal power are an ‘unlawful backward-step’

Despite their pledge to be the ‘greenest government ever’, close analysis of the UK government’s proposed design of CO2 emissions performance standards for fossil fuel generation (‘EPS’ – limits on the amount of pollutants released into the air) risks being an unlawful backward-step.

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UK government’s plans for coal power are an ‘unlawful backward-step’

Despite their pledge to be the ‘greenest government ever’, close analysis of the UK government’s proposed design of CO2 emissions performance standards for fossil fuel generation (‘EPS’ – limits on the amount of pollutants released into the air) risks being an unlawful backward-step.

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First rumblings of a seismic shift? – First optional event on black carbon at EU parliament

I put to you that it is very difficult to overlook the following two implications from recent climate science:

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First rumblings of a seismic shift? – First optional event on black carbon at EU parliament

I put to you that it is very difficult to overlook the following two implications from recent climate science:

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Black Carbon – a glimmer of hope?

Like most people, you’ve probably heard about it, but are not entirely sure what it is. You are not alone.

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Black Carbon – a glimmer of hope?

Like most people, you’ve probably heard about it, but are not entirely sure what it is. You are not alone.

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Political meltdown in the sunburnt country: Where to now for Australian climate policy?

In one of the most dramatic weeks in Australian politics, the Australian emissions trading bill was defeated in the Senate this morning for the second time. Australia will now have nothing to show at Copenhagen and it is more uncertain than ever which path Australia will now take to deal with climate change.

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Political meltdown in the sunburnt country: Where to now for Australian climate policy?

In one of the most dramatic weeks in Australian politics, the Australian emissions trading bill was defeated in the Senate this morning for the second time. Australia will now have nothing to show at Copenhagen and it is more uncertain than ever which path Australia will now take to deal with climate change.

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