Crown carbon tick
- ETU Victoria rejects Labor's carbon plan. Butler, Simon // Green Left Weekly;7/27/2011, Issue 888, p5
No abstract available.
- Carbon market failure due to recession and over-large credits. // Modern Power Systems;Apr2010, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p6
The article reports on the move of the European Union (EU) to give more free carbon allowances to industrial plants in Great Britain to offset the carbon market failure, which is caused by recession and over-large credits..
- Carbon: Doubt in Australia's emissions scheme. Jotzo, Frank // Nature;7/5/2012, Vol. 487 Issue 7405, p38
A letter to the editor is presented regarding the emission-trading schemes introduced by the government of Australia.
- Are the limit values proposed by the new European Directive 2008/50 for PM2.5 safe for health? Linares, Cristina; Díaz, Julio; Tobías, Aurelio // European Journal of Public Health;Aug2009, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p357
In this article, the author reflects on the implication of the proposed European Directive 2008/50 for PM2.5 on health sector in various countries in Europe. The author believes that the goal of reducing carbon emission of particulate matter by 2.5 is not feasible in large cities because there...
- SOUR MILK…. Wasley, Andrew // Ecologist;Oct2010, Vol. 40 Issue 16, p1
The author introduces the issue noting topics that include the environmental impacts associated with modern dairy farms, government policy regarding conservation areas in Great Britain, carbon trading in Tanzania, and bush-meat trade in Guinea-Bissau.
- Untitled. s. s. // ICIS Chemical Business;8/10/2015, Issue 3671, p1
The table of contents for the August 2015 issue of the periodical "ICIS Chemical Business" is presented.
- EU to launch emissions trading. // Power Economics;Nov2001, Vol. 5 Issue 10, p10
The article states the European Union will launch the world's first international carbon trading scheme in 2005 under plans signed by the European Commission and mentions that European businesses lobbied against the measures due to concerns carbon trading would leave at a competitive disadvantage.
- Setting targets in law is worth a try. Buck, Karen // Regeneration & Renewal;11/30/2009, p12
In this article the author discusses aspects of setting legal targets to achieve proposed policy objectives in Great Britain. She comments on the government's failure to specify target objectives for carbon reduction budgets for the Climate Change Act, tax level credit for the Child Poverty...
- Carbon: trying to put a price on the unpriceable. Schoon, Nicholas // ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Aug2009, Issue 415, p32
The article discusses the price being pegged by Great Britain's government on emitted carbon and the resulting economic damage using cost-benefit analysis for policymaking. Although the government has reportedly set the price of carbon at 26.50 British pounds per emitted tonne, it admits that...