Air & Climate Newsletter
September 01, 2011

This Week�s Featured News Stories
British Airways first to back domestic emission reduction scheme
British Airways (BA) yesterday became the first company to support a major new initiative designed to make it easier for UK firms to invest in domestic emission reduction projects.  The UK Carbon Reporting Framework has been developed by BA, Deloitte, environmental consultancy BRE and think-tank Forum for the Future as a way to ensure that British emission reduction projects comply with agreed standards.  The group is inviting a wide range of UK emission reduction projects, such as community-owned renewable energy installations, ...
US breaks ground on first industrial-scale CCS project
The US government`s carbon capture and storage (CCS) efforts stepped up a gear this week, with the start of construction on the government`s first industrial-scale scheme and funds worth $41m set aside for another 16 research projects.  Work on the plant in Decatur, Illinois, which received $141m of public money and another $66.5m from private sector sources, started just a few weeks after American Electric Power abandoned plans to build its $668m CCS facility.
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