Corporations planning ahead for mandatory carbon pricing

November 2014
ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Nov2014, Issue 477, p42
The article discusses a 2014 Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) report about the preparations being done by corporations with regard to future greenhouse gas emission pricing regulations. Topics explored include the publication of the said report prior to the United Nations (UN) Climate Summit in New York City, the acknowledgement of climate change-related regulatory risks by large corporations, and the possible carbon pricing rate for energy, technology, and consumer industries.


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