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Carbon prices dip after strong open  Jun 30 2009 9:57AM UTC

LONDON, June 30 (Reuters) - European Union carbon prices dipped 9 cents even as oil climbed higher in morning trade on Tuesday, after opening strong and hitting a three-week high. EU Allowances (EUAs) for delivery in December fell 0.6 percent to 13.

Brown puts green at heart of government's relaunch
BusinessGreen  Jun 30 2009 11:18AM UTC

Despite his reputation for being sceptical about the political merits of environmental policies, prime minister Gordon Brown is making the transition to a low-carbon economy a central component of efforts to revive his government.


Greens: Green's Split-target The Way Forward  Jun 30 2009 9:31AM UTC

Voxy News Engine 30 June 2009 - A split-target for emissions reductions is the practical way forward for New Zealand, the Green Party said today.

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Greens won't cheer when Swedes take over EU presidency from the Czechs
Guardian Unlimited  Jun 30 2009 8:15AM UTC

You would think environmentalists would be thrilled at the prospect of Sweden taking over the EU presidency on Wednesday from the Czech Republic.

Denmark wants to speed up climate negotiations
AFP via Yahoo!  Jun 30 2009 7:01PM UTC

COPENHAGEN (AFP) Denmark on Tuesday said negotiations on a new global climate deal were proceeding 'too slowly' and called for speeding up the process before a crucial UN summit in less than six months.

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Climate bill weak on green power
Reuters  Jun 30 2009 3:49PM UTC

By Ayesha Rascoe - Analysis WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The renewable energy mandate in the climate change bill approved by the House of Representatives last week does not go far enough for green power proponents, but the proposed national standard is


AFP waiting to enforce climate law
Sky News Australia  Jun 30 2009 11:22AM UTC

Australian Federal Police officers are awaiting the call to become Australia's climate cops.

Environmentalists split over ETS
Sky News Australia  Jul 1 2009 1:46AM UTC

Environmentalists can't agree on whether the Rudd government's proposed emissions trading scheme is green enough to get the go-ahead. High-profile climate scientist Tim Flannery says it is, and has called on the Greens to pass it in the Senate.


Alberta to back three carbon capture projects
Reuters UK  Jun 30 2009 9:18PM UTC

CALGARY, Alberta, June 30 (Reuters) - The Alberta government said on Tuesday it will support three carbon capture and storage projects from a C$2 billion ($1.7 billion) fund set aside last year as the Western Canadian province looks to cut emissions

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