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Carbon Market Europe

This week's edition features news that EU states are split over how urgently to implement sweeping carbon market reforms. Plus, the EU will hold talks this summer on how industry can compete in global markets alongside meeting emission reduction goals.

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This week's issue features details on an EU plan to curb subsidies to renewable power generators, Germany seeking the arrest of a British man in connection with suspected carbon tax fraud.

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This week's issue includes updated forecasts and reaction to the publication of 2013 verified emissions data this week, plus the EU dropped a plan to regulate CO2 from international flights.

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In this week's edition analysts expect emissions covered by the EU Emissions Trading System to have fallen by around 3.8 percent in 2013, despite slight economic growth. Plus, how richer nations including the U.S. and Sweden expect to launch a fund this year to buy up carbon credits from methane reduction projects in the developing world.

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This week's edition includes news that EU leaders have set an October deadline for agreeing 2030 climate and energy targets. Plus, how an EU Parliamentary committee voted to reject a move to exempt foreign flights from carbon regulations, aiming to prevent the European Union from bowing to international pressure.

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This week's edition looks at efforts by a number of MEPs to vote against a deal to exempt long-haul flights from paying for carbon emissions until the end of 2016. It also looks at a warning by the European Union that a U.N. plan for countries and companies to cancel Certified Emission Reductions risks double counting.

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This week's edition features a call by several European environment ministers to introduce sweeping carbon market reforms years earlier than initially proposed in a bid to propel carbon prices higher in the near term. Plus, details on a split among European governments over whether to agree on major elements of a 2030 energy and climate package at a March meeting of EU leaders.

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This week's edition includes how carbon traders are bracing for supply cuts to drive permit prices higher from March 12 and details of why European manufacturers are resuming their attack on the EU Emissions Trading System, opposing current reform plans and calling for drastic changes to prevent a flight of investment abroad.

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This week's edition features how airlines face fines as deadlines for complying with EU carbon market regulations loom. Plus, how the EU Parliament's energy plan could deliver much deeper CO2 cuts by 2030 than the programme outlined by the European Commission.

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This week's edition features the European Commission's expectation that it can begin its backloading plan next month to enable the maximum 400 million permits to be withdrawn this year. Plus, Germany and five other EU nations have gained clearance to hand out tens of millions of free carbon permits to their industries.

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