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Australia’s electricity emissions continue to rise, now 5.5 % higher than before carbon price was dumped, putting Australia against the global trend which is seeing energy emissions flat-lining even as the global economy expands.Pitt & Sherry analyst Hugh Saddler says in his latest … Continue reading
The World Economic Forum held in Davos this week comes on the heels of the international climate meeting in Paris in December, and the energy and optimism from COP21 is also fueling Davos. Over the past few days, much of the conversation here … Continue reading
Putting a price on carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases to curb emissions must be the centrepiece of any comprehensive climate-change policy. We know it works: pricing carbon creates broad incentives to cut emissions. Yet current price of carbon remains … Continue reading
In another astonishing announcement, a second major Oil producer has called for a global carbon pricing mechanism. BP follows last week’s speech from Ben Van Beurden, CEO of Shell, which called for policies to curb climate change, including a price on carbon. BP has warned … Continue reading
Maybe there is hope for concept of ETS, assuming there’s enough political will to keep reducing the cap so that permit price is enough to stimulate emission reductions. >readmore> ThinkProgress
Interesting news in USA as Obama administration gives even more teeth to their EPA( as our giants contenders for PM compete to cut more “green tape” and further emasculate our EPA) >readmore> ClimateSpectator
Components of electricity pricing, yesterday, today and tomorrow, showing carbon price and renewable costs to be negligible.