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Japan moving on emissions trading scheme

by GLOBE Foundation  (Sep. 1, 2010)

The Reuters news agency is reporting that a compulsory emissions trading scheme is set to start in Japan in April 2013. The scheme will cover large CO2 emitting companies. Many details have yet to be worked out according to a draft of the government's proposals obtained by Reuters, which will be presented to an expert committee at the Environment ...

EU Emissions Trading Scheme to Include Air Transport

by Environment News Service (ENS)  (Dec. 21, 2006)

BRUSSELS, Belgium (ENS) - The European Commission today proposed legislation to bring greenhouse gas emissions from civil aviation into the EU Emissions Trading Scheme. The proposed directive will cover emissions from flights within the EU from 2011 and all flights to and from EU airports from 2012. Both EU and foreign aircraft operators would be ...

Revising the EU emissions trading scheme from 2013

by EEP European Environmental Press  (Nov. 23, 2006)

The European Commission adopted a Communication setting out its agenda for revising the EU emissions trading scheme (EU ETS) in the light of experience gained since it began operating in January 2005. The Commission wants to promote the environmental impact of emission trading by expanding it to new sectors and gases and further its global ...

Report on NZ emissions trading scheme released

by The Climate Change & Business Centre  (Aug. 1, 2011)

The Hon Dr Nick Smith, New Zealand Minister for Climate Change Issues, presented today the Report on the New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme which reviews the performance and implementation of the ETS over the past year of operation. Speaking this morning at the 7th Australia-New Zealand Climate Change & Business Conference, Dr Smith said ...

MEPs to debate putting aircraft emissions in trading scheme

by European Parliament  (Jul. 8, 2008)

Plans to include CO2 from aircraft in Europe's Emissions Trading Scheme are expected to be backed by MEPs  when they debate the issue. Members are likely to endorse a deal that has already been agreed by transport ministers across the Union. It will mean that all planes landing or taking off in the EU will be in the ETS by 2012. It should add ...

EU emissions trading scheme delivers first verified emissions data

by EEP European Environmental Press  (May 19, 2006)

Untitled Document The European Commission released the 2005 carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions data and compliance status of more than 9,400 installations covered by the EU Emissions Trading ...

A first look at how the EU emissions trading scheme is working

by European Commission, Environment DG  (Apr. 4, 2008)

The EU's emissions trading scheme (ETS) was introduced for a three-year trial period in 2005, and this initial analysis looks at how well it is working using data from the first two years of operation. The research concludes that both over-allocation and a reduction in CO2 emissions occurred. This research provides insights on the extent to which ...

Council adopts regulation amending EU emissions trading scheme

by EU Council of Ministers  (Apr. 14, 2014)

The Council today adopted1 a regulation amending the EU Emissions trading scheme directive (2003/87/EC), in view of the implementation by 2020 of an international agreement applying a single global market-based measure to international aviation emissions (PE-CO S 18/14). Today's final adoption of the legislation by the Council follows an ...

FREE online access to the whole EU Emissions Trading Scheme Database

by Carbon Market Data  (Jun. 14, 2007)

We are happy to inform you that Carbon Market Data now offers FREE online access to the whole of our EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) Database. Our EU ETS Database includes all the information on the EU ETS installations: - 24 countries and more than 10500 installations - contact details (address, email, phone number) - sector ...

Australia`s Emissions Trading Scheme Sets No Cap, No Date

by Environment News Service (ENS)  (Jul. 18, 2007)

MELBOURNE, Australia, July 17, 2007 (ENS) - The Australian government will begin work on a greenhouse gas emissions trading scheme with analysis of a long-term goal for emissions reduction, Prime Minister John Howard announced today. The government's A$637 million plan sets no cap on emissions nor does it set a date for when the trading of ...

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