A new report by the Committee of the Environment (CE Delft) says that the European Commission is using an “outdated” list to grant allowances to risk industries relocation abroad
Tag: carbon emissions
A new report by Sandbag says that the EU ETS will now drive less than zero net abatement over 2008-2020, and now threatens to cancel out nearly 700 million tonnes of abatement delivered by other policies in the Climate and Energy package.
The REDD Issue (Bolivia). ThinkTank association discusses on: Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Bolivia; the need for more localized responses and reducing deforestation
Renewable Energy in Brazil. The Executive Secretary of “Brazilian Forum on Climate Change” says that Brazil is ahead of most world countries in renewable energy
Paolo Artaxo: The Amazon rainforest has a strong metabolism for absorbing carbon dioxide, and afterwards at the deforestation it releases carbon stored in the trees
Promoting Sustainable Development Through Natural Rubber Forests in Guatemala. A business philosophy mixes social and environmental principles, reducing CO2 emissions
A new report by the Oakland Institute investigate the use of biofuels from aviation sector, presenting and investigating in particular the Nestlé oil palm case, the Lufthansa jatropha and the SkyNRG recycled cooking oil.
A new research by the Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) shows possible aviation emission reduction projections due to technologies and mitigations, such as biofuels.
The latest report from IEA remarks energy sector responsibilities in greenhouse gases emissions, contributing to climate change. The paper defines new future prospective and challenges.
A new report by the Umwelt Bundes Amt, the German agency for environment, highlights how an adjustment on market mechanisms, such as cap, is needed in order to cope with EU ETS market fluctuations.