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→  October 20, 2012

United Nations carbon offset contracts slumped to records after the European Union proposed to ban from its market certain credits issued from next year by countries that fail to adopt new carbon goals. The European Commission, the EU’s regulatory arm, proposed draft rules for the use of UN-sponsored Emission Reduction offsets as of 2013 in […]

→  October 2, 2012

The European Commission has confirmed it will delay plans to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from shipping, but will work on monitoring, reporting and verification systems. This article is only available to paying subscribers to Environmental Finance. Existing subscribers, click here to log in. To take a free one-month trial to www.environmental-finance.com, and to receive a […]

→  September 9, 2012

The European Commission is to investigate the dumping of Chinese solar panels in Europe, in what it describes as its most significant anti-dumping complaint to date. This article is only available to paying subscribers to Environmental Finance. Existing subscribers, click here to log in. To take a free one-month trial to www.environmental-finance.com, and to receive […]

→  March 2, 2012

By Paul Taylor and Luke Baker BRUSSELS | Thu Mar 1, 2012 6:44pm EST BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union leaders argued on Thursday over the right balance between budget austerity and reviving lost growth at the first summit for two years in which the euro zone debt crisis did not eclipse all else. After their […]