Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Paris Pledges Insufficient to Meet Climate-Saving Emissions Targets

Governments and non-state actors need to deliver an urgent increase in ambition to ensure the Paris Agreement goals can still be met, according to...

EXCLUSIVE: U.S. Green Banks Earmark $1.3B Into U.S. Enviro Projects

Colorado, Missouri and Nevada could be the next U.S. states to host a green bank as a growing number of such entities work to...

U.S. Green Bond Market Could Hit $17B

The U.S. green-bond market could grow 6.3 percent to $17 billion this year as municipal issuance continues to outperform a sluggish corporate market, said...

UN Climate and Ethanol Producers Team Up to Cut Emissions

Ahead of the UN Climate Conference in Bonn (COP 23, 6-17 November), Ethanol Europe Renewables Ltd (EERL) and UN Climate Change have partnered to...

Quebec Earmarks $15M for Carbon Capture Project

CO2 Solutions has provided an update on the Valorisation Carbone Québec project (VCQ), which was first announced by Mr. David Heurtel, the Quebec Minister...

Hyundai Says New Fuel Cells Cut 1,140 tons of CO2

In celebration of National Hydrogen Day, Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell drivers have again surpassed an important threshold, accumulating more than three million miles on...

Latin America Must Fight Deforestation to Meet $1T Climate Opportunity

Latin America must combat deforestation, land degradation and hasten emissions reductions to fight climate change and meet a $1 trillion low-carbon investment opportunity by...

U.S. Bankers Eye 20 Environmental Impact Bonds

As hurricanes Harvey and Irma raise alerts about stormwater surges and their damaging economic impact, U.S. bankers are working to structure over 20 so-called...

Environmental Groups Welcome Exxon’s Methane-Reduction Plans

The announcement by Exxon Mobil, the U.S.’s largest driller, that it plans to curtail methane emissions by 2020 is a step in the right...

U.S. Financial Industry Seen Cutting Emissions from Renewables Push

The U.S.’s biggest banks could slash their carbon emissions on an absolute basis by switching to renewable energy, experts said. Citigroup and Morgan Stanley last...

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