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NZ carbon drifts further in pre-election lull

July 25 (Reuters) - Spot permits in New Zealand's emissions trading scheme fell 5 NZ cents over the week to close Friday at NZ$3.95 ($3.39), racking up losses for a fourth straight week as traders await general elections in September.

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Europe Power- Curve prices hold on to gains, shy away from more

FRANKFURT, July 25 (Reuters) - European power forward benchmarks on Friday inched up to match the high levels reached so far on concerns that new sanctions on Russia may lead it to curb energy exports to Europe, but stopped short of extending them.

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EU carbon sinks 1.6 pct as industrial firms seen selling

LONDON, July 24 (Reuters) - European carbon prices fell 1.6 percent on Thursday as industrial companies took advantage of recent price gains to offload surplus permits, increasing supply.

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Tianjin's carbon prices hit record low this week, over-allocation worries grow

BEIJING, July 24 (Reuters) - Carbon prices in China's Tianjin crumbled to the lowest level recorded in any of the seven pilot emission markets launched by the country, ahead of Friday's compliance deadline, sparking calls for the government to cut the amount of permits.

 

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To cut carbon emissions, give communities rights to forest land - report

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Giving forest communities secure rights to their land is an effective but underused way to limit carbon emissions from deforestation, a report showed on Thursday.

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For Californians, higher costs dampen support for clean energy

BERKELEY, Calif., July 23 (Reuters) - An overwhelming majority of California residents support the state's mandate for reducing heat-trapping greenhouse gas emissions, so long as they do not bear the higher costs of cleaner energy themselves, a new public opinion poll shows.

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China to roll out seven pilot markets for trading water rights

BEIJING, July 24 (Reuters) - China has picked seven provinces to host pilot markets for trade in water rights, as the government battles a spreading water crisis that threatens to curtail economic growth and hurt food production.

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