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ETS - Emissions Trading Schemes (EU, NZ, ...) and Forest Carbon Credits

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June 1, 2011

Growth in Global Carbon Market Pauses Amid Uncertainty

World Bank Releases 2011 "State and Trends of the Carbon Market" Report

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1 June 2011

World Bank warns of 'failing' international carbon market

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May 31, 2011

Indonesia forest decree to help CO2 projects, enforcement key

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A landmark forest protection ruling by Indonesia might be good for investors trying to save carbon-rich forests, but only if a ban is enforced and progress is made in using the market to save the environment.

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May 27. 2011

Carbon investors turn to forestry

At an Environmental Finance conference this month, financers signalled strong interest to invest in forest carbon projects. Given that imminent investment is needed, how close are we to a framework that propels financers to back forestry?

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June 3, 2011

Voluntary carbon market climbs on trees

The voluntary carbon market climbed to record volumes of emissions reductions last year, bouncing back from worldwide recession on the back of corporate social responsibility demand and the rise of forest-based offset supply. This picture emerges from the State and Trends of the Voluntary Carbon Markets 2010, published this week by Ecosystem Marketplace and Bloomberg New Energy Finance.

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June 3, 2011

State of the Voluntary Carbon Markets 2011

For five years, Forest Trends’ Ecosystem Marketplace and Bloomberg New Energy Finance have published the State of the Voluntary Carbon Markets Reports to shed light on trading volumes, credit prices, project types, locations, and the motivations of buyers in this market. Every year’s marketplace seems more complex than the one before, as actors continually refine their programs, businesses, and investments in search of a more perfect future – for their projects and the planet.

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May 23, 2011

New Ruling Puts California’s Cap and Trade on Permanent Hold

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May 16 2011

Kenyan firms to tap new IFC carbon fund

Kenyan companies investing in carbon trading projects are set to benefit from a new fund set up by IFC to cover a financing gap arising from the European Union’s decision to stop buying carbon credits from developing countries beginning next year.

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7 April 2011

EU plans to link emissions trading scheme with California

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April 7, 2011

First Tasmanian Projects Validated

Redd Forests, the Australian based carbon project developer, has achieved validation of its Tasmanian Improved Forestry Management projects, the first such projects in the world.


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by Dr. Radut