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Historical CDM & JI Monitor

In this issue of CDM & JI Monitor - Kyoto deal to dent U.N. carbon credit demand; U.N. spurns moves to shore up offset prices; U.N. talks struggle to create new markets; U.N. pins hopes on govts, airlines to rescue CDM; Gazprom trading arm inks deal for credits; CERs to fall further, curtail supply: Mitsui; Turkey rejects CDM, eyes EU ETS tie-up; Italy to buy up to 100 bln Co2 permits; CER issuance to hit 1.16 billion by 2013; Belarus negotiator hints at Kyoto exit; and China CO2 markets could absorb 600 m/y.

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In this edition of CDM & JI Monitor: Crunch time for CDM/JI at Doha talks and dubious JI Schemes must be banned. In other news Chinese firms face 1.5-bln euro CDM loss, U.N. panel seeks 5 pct cut to CDM budget, ERU supply could reach 500 mln by year-end, Developers seek more than 100m CERs in 2 mths, Vattenfall cancels CERS to offset travel emissions,
Hydro developer strikes deal to sell offsets, EEX to launch spot CER contracts on Dec. 5, Ban large CDM power projects to fix scheme, CO2 offsetting by EU industry soars in 2011.

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This new edition of CJM & JI Monitor reports that CER demand up in air as Aus/NZ split on Kyoto and NZ to ban industrial gas and large hydro offsets. Other news includes: TEP struggles to rejig CER deals in China; Fund eyes 25 pct return from cookstoves; CME to launch new contracts; Japan eyes April start for Indonesia market; Amazon tribe scraps carbon credit deal; China-wide CO2 scheme to face delays; [rofits treble at Australia’s CO2 Group; global CO2 forest market value up a third; and unprecedented CO2 cuts needed: PWC.

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This new edition of CJM & JI Monitor reports on the potential that India’s HFC-23 output might rise as coolant chemicals companies are excluded from carbon markets. Other stories include: 'Central Bank for CERs' seen as ineffective to rescue CDM; Contractors called in to help clear CDM backlog; Auditors threaten to scale down CDM work; KfW cuts staff at CO2 fund; Solvay avoids worst of CER price crash; China’s CO2 plans ‘won’t stem CER flow’; U.N. panel says ERU supply doubled this year; China to pick CO2 auditors for domestic market; IEA urges Ukraine to set up national CO2 market

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This edition of CDM & JI Monitor looks at NZ's decision not to cap the use of offsets in its ETS, bucking the recent trend in other countries to restrict CERs. Other news includes: U.N. in new push to spread CDM to poorest countries; Market Comment; China inks record number of CO2-cut projects; Ukraine, Kazakhstan eye CO2 ETS tie-up with EU; Ethiopian forest project gets UN carbon credits; Vol. offset prices hold up despite crumbling CERs

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This CDM & JI Monitor reports on EU proposals to ban some types of JI offsets from the ETS. Other news includes: Offset price forecasts to 2020 cut further; Market Comment; China firms face fines, losses over reframed deals; U.N. panel urges reform of JI offset market; Irish should cut CO2 at home, shun CERs: report

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This edition of CDM & JI Monitor reports on the sweeping changes to the CDM recommended by the U.N.'s Policy Dialogue. Other news includes: Russia poised to remove ERU cap: draft; Camco returns to profit, looks beyond CO2; U.N. clears way for more coal plants to earn CERs; Estonia sells 10.9 mln AAUs to Austria; Controversial coal plant earns CERs; China feeds  oversupplied carbon market; Hot air to resurface without deeper CO2 goals; Brazil World Cup emissions to reach 14 mln tons; ERA buys two Canadian offset developers; CF Partners launches voluntary scheme; and a guest commentary by Jeff Swartz of IETA evaluating the Policy Dialogue report

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CDM & JI Monitor is back after a break in August to report on growing expectations that Russia will supply ERUs after 2012 following comments from the country's deputy PM, prompting a record low in secondary ERU prices. Other news includes: Australia restricts Kyoto offsets, allows EUAs; EB to discuss Policy Dialogue, N2O revision; Policy Dialogue ‘mulls inclusion of REDD in CDM’; Poor nations seek to cut CDM access at U.N. climate talks; Island nations signal end for Kyoto cash cow; Meth panel pushes for rule change for N2O; Iran CO2 credits hit by EU sanctions, trade bans; Russia, Ukraine issue 20m ERUs in August; Israel to fund CO2 reduction projects at home; Guest Commentary on the future of CDM/JI

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This new edition of CDM & JI Monitor reports on a draft proposal by Russia to specify a 2020 CO2 target and set up an emissions trading scheme that could include most of the countries that once made up the Soviet Union. Other stories include: China CDM Fund earns $575 mln on CER tax; IFC to help with CO2 cuts at India cement plants; Philippines wins first programmatic. CDM approval; NZ emitters rely on foreign offsets to meet targets; UN agency cuts ERU supply forecast by 9 pct; Guest Commentary by Ash Sharma of NEFCO.

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This new edition of CDM & JI Monitor reports on the EB's 68th meeting, where the U.N. panel blocked a revised blueprint for coal-fired projects once again, meaning the sector is unlikely to supply large numbers of credits to the EU ETS. Other stories include: Korea bans CERs from CO2 market to 2020; CER supply squeeze offers no respite from lows; Barclays sells CO2 credit firm Tricorona; TEP’s shares up as funds build stakes; U.N. sees future for CDM despite price drop; U.N. lifts Romanian CO2 trade ban; Sweden to buy CERs from Uruguay windfarm; Revenues dip at Indian utility as it hoards CERs.

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