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    • Climate,Markets & Corporate

    EU and Switzerland sign agreement to link ETS

    The EU and Switzerland have signed an agreement to link their emissions trading systems, allowing participants in one scheme to use allowances from the other ..
    News
    • Climate,Energy,General Policy,Brexit and the EU

    Renewables disadvantaged by UK budget

    The UK government has said there will be no new subsidies for low-carbon energy generation until the cost of existing support falls in 2025 ..
    News
    • Climate

    EU governments endorse post-2020 EU ETS deal

    National governments endorsed on Tuesday a compromise deal on post-2020 reforms to the ailing EU ETS, paving the way for final adoption after a committee ..
    News
    • Climate

    Lawmakers fail to agree non-ETS emissions rules

    MEPs and government delegates failed on Tuesday to reach a deal on post-2020 reforms to the Effort Sharing Regulation setting limits on CO2 emissions from ..
    News
    • Climate,Products

    EU supermarkets brace for tougher curbs on HFCs

    Europe-based supermarkets, logistics and transport companies are having to reduce their use of climate-changing refrigerant gases as countries including Germany and UK ratify a key ..
    Analysis
    • Climate,Energy

    Reports suggest higher RES target could save money

    Increasing the level of renewable energy in the EU beyond proposed targets could reduce CO2 emissions from electricity generation by 55% by 2030 while cutting ..
    News
    • Climate,COP23: call to action

    Implementation of Paris climate deal edges forward

    UN climate talks in Bonn ended on Saturday having made modest progress on technical issues but with major disagreement remaining on some fundamental issues related ..
    News
    • Climate,Transport

    IEA director says e-cars offer no “miracle” climate fix

    Under the International Energy Agency’s most optimistic forecast of 280 million electric cars on the world’s roads by 2040, the impact would still represent less ..
    News
    • Climate,COP23: call to action

    Bonn COP23 talks stall amid familiar finance dispute

    Progress in implementing the Paris climate deal has run into familiar obstacles in agreeing rules for carbon cuts, as poorer countries push for stronger commitments ..
    News
    • Climate,Energy

    Commission GHG cut plan risks missing non-ETS target

    Proposals by the EU Council and Commission for GHG reductions in sectors such as transport and agriculture risk missing the 2030 target of a 30% ..
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    • Climate,Nature,COP23: call to action

    Climate talks slow to agree on role of forests

    UN climate negotiators have made little progress on new rules to account for the role of forests in achieving the goals of the Paris climate ..
    News
    • Climate,Energy,COP23: call to action

    UK, Canada form alliance to phase out coal

    The UK and Canada have used UN climate talks in Bonn to launch a global alliance on Thursday of around 25 countries and regions committed ..
    News
    • Climate,Transport

    German public shows ambition on sustainable mobility

    A strong majority of the German population is prepared to use cars less often, support cleaner public transport and even entertain introducing speed limits on ..
    News
    • Climate,General Policy

    EU ranked behind India and Brazil on climate action

    The EU has been criticised for failing to put its rhetoric on climate into action after it was ranked 21st out of 57 states with ..
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    • Climate,COP23: call to action

    Merkel urges swift progress on Paris Agreement

    Carbon cuts pledged in Paris two years ago are just a start and countries need to step up action urgently, German chancellor Angela Merkel told ..
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