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California to begin selling CO2 permits with Quebec in November

California to begin selling CO2 permits with Quebec in November

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 19 (Reuters) - California will hold its first carbon permit auction with the Canadian province of Quebec on Nov. 19, a milestone for the state’s nearly two-year-old climate change program, officials said on Friday.

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EU carbon tops 6 euros as buyers lend support

LONDON, Sept 19 (Reuters) - European carbon prices were poised to end the week almost flat after buyers stepped in to lift prices from six-week lows and restore optimism that supply curbs would drive further gains.

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Obama to tout US climate plan at UN summit

WASHINGTON, Sept 18 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will highlight strides the United States has made on climate change when he addresses a major U.N. climate summit next week, senior administration officials said on Thursday.

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  • 08 Jul 14

    Paris 2015 - will the Climate Potluck be low-carbon enough?

    In this report we construct three global emissions scenarios based upon possible outcomes of the 2015 climate summit in Paris. We find that none of our scenarios is likely to achieve the international goal of limiting global warming to two degrees. Global emissions reductions would need to be at least one and a half times greater than Europe's 2030 proposal to stay within the two degree carbon budget this century.

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  • 19 Sep 14

    California already on the path to comply with EPA power plant rules

    California state agencies recently presented results of a preliminary analysis of the state’s 2030 electricity generation and emissions. The results show that California can comply with the proposed federal Clean Power Plan without additional policies. If this result holds, we expect the state will be free to plan the post-2020 fate of its cap-and-trade program without being constrained by the federal emissions regulation.

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