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(BLOOMBERG) -- After a summer breather, the commodities the world relies on for construction, manufacturing and keeping the lights on are surging again.
LONDON (Reuters) - A surge in markets that put a price on planet-warming emissions could make technology to capture and sequester carbon dioxide commercially viable after decades of false starts.
BEIJING: China’s central bank officials said they will accord priority to environmental, social and governance (ESG)-themed investments henceforth and see the national carbon trading mechanism as key to implementing the country’s green and low-carbon development strategy, thus encouraging injection of long-term social funds into the huge market.
BEIJING (Reuters) China said on Monday (July 26) the European Union's plan to impose the world's first carbon border tax will expand climate issues into trade in violation of international principles and hurt prospects for economic growth.
BEIJING: The inauguration of China’s national carbon market – the largest in the world – will not only help accelerate domestic carbon reduction process but also promote global response to climate change, international experts said.
BEIJING (Xinhua): China's national carbon market started online trading Friday (July 16), a significant step to help the country reduce its carbon footprint and meet emission targets, according to the Ministry of Ecology and Environment.
THE European Union is set to transform every corner of its economy – from how people heat their home to the cars they drive – as the bloc uses a massive overhaul of rules to position itself as a global leader on climate change.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Parliament on Thursday approved a landmark law to make the European Union's greenhouse gas emissions targets legally binding, paving the way for a policy overhaul to cut planet-warming pollution faster.
BEIJING (Global Times/ANN): China plans to launch a nationwide carbon trading market by June, an official said on Wednesday (May 26), showing strengthening efforts to reach the country's ambitious goal of net-zero emissions by 2060.