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EU's Verheugen, Czechs discuss CO2 auctioning proposal
Earthtimes.org  Mar 6 2008 4:37PM UTC

Prague - European Commission Vice-President Guenter Verheugen and Czech Deputy Prime Minister Alexandr Vondra discussed Thursday options to alter the commission's proposal to start auctioning CO2 emission credits after 2013.

Norways environmental policy in line with OECD recommendations
Norway Post  Mar 6 2008 12:45PM UTC

Norways environmental policy is in line with OECD recommendations. This is confirmed by the OECD Environmental Outlook to 2030, presented in Oslo Wednesday./ np06.03.

An energy efficient Ireland New report shows benefits far outweigh costs
Egov Monitor  Mar 6 2008 12:32PM UTC

Economic benefit by 2020 - ?3.6 billion Carbon savings ? 6,300 million tonnes Speaking today at Energy Forum 2008, Minister Eamon Ryan outlined the potential for the Irish economy embracing the new energy era.

Kyoto market

Natsource Recognized as World's Largest Purchaser of Carbon Credits by Leading Investor Research Firm
NewsBlaze  Mar 6 2008 2:09PM UTC

NEW YORK, March 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Natsource, a leading environmental asset manager, today announced it was named the largest buyer of contracted carbon credits by New Energy Finance in its annual survey of activity in the renewable energy and

North America market

EPA chief accused of stalling on high court's greenhouse gas ruling
Seattle Post Intelligencer  Mar 6 2008 9:45AM UTC

WASHINGTON -- Nearly a year after being told to do so, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency said Tuesday he couldn't say when he would comply with a Supreme Court directive and determine whether greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles should

Bush insists on carbon reductions by emerging economies
Malaysia Sun  Mar 7 2008 3:51AM UTC

President George W Bush has told an international energy conference here that any plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions must include commitments from emerging economies, like China and India. 'Should there be an international agreement?


Australia and China in clean coal research agreement
ITWire  Mar 6 2008 1:14PM UTC

The agreement, between Australia's Commonweath Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and China's Thermal Power Research Institute (TPRI), will see TPRI install, commission and operate a post combustion capture pilot plant at the

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