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This week's edition includes why prospects for a global carbon market suffered a setback this week as Australia ditched its carbon tax. Plus, Britain wants deeper reform of the EU Emissions Trading System than Brussels has proposed.

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This week's edition features a top EU officials flagging the risks to a global climate deal if Europe discusses imposing CO2 border measures to guard against carbon leakage.

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This week's edition looks at how Brussels officials are already pushing through a bill that effectively locks in deeper greenhouse gas cuts while potentially pushing up power bills for households and heavy industries while EU leader wrangle over energy and climate goals for 2030. It also reveals sources say an Italian lawmaker from Europe’s largest political grouping, who last year voted against propping up EU carbon prices, is poised to chair the European Parliament’s environment committee.

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This week's edition includes why a French proposal could break the deadlock over the 2030 climate and energy goals and details on the resumption of carbon market reform talks due next month.

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This week's edition features news on how U.N. climate talks are fracturing over the design and reform of carbon markets despite making steady progress towards an overall 2015 global climate pact.

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This week's edition includes details of Germany's position on the EU's carbon market reform proposal and why analysts think this could be a game-changer for the ETS.

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This week's issue includes France's claims that EU nations are nearing consensus on a carbon market reform bill. Plus, analysts say government selling could add to the risk of increasing the market's massive oversupply.

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This week's edition reveals details of the split among EU states over the urgency of dealing with a bill to reform Europe's carbon market. Plus, Europe's top climate official wants fewer industry sectors to getting free carbon permits after 2020 to better support those competing in global markets.

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In this week's edition, a survey finds EU carbon market participants expect prices to climb by at least 40 percent to more than 9 euros a tonne in 2020. Plus, the European Commission says its open to carbon market reform before 2021, following pressure from several environment ministers to launch measures up to five years earlier.

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This week's edition features how EU nations will beat their 2020 emission targets but are divided on setting 2030 goals. Plus, the surplus of permits in the EU Emissions Trading System swelled to over 2.1 bln at the end of 2013.

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