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European carbon slumps to two-year low

Thursday - European carbon hit a two-year low overnight as Brexit jitters continue to worry the market.

Options show how badly Brexit could hurt EU market

Thursday - Brexit is sending prices in the European Union carbon market lower, and options traders expect it to get worse.

Africa has key role to play, say carbon traders

Wednesday - Africa will play a critical role in the spread of carbon markets, says International Emissions Trading Association president Dirk Forrister.

Price floor or perish, experts tell European market

Tuesday - Europeís carbon market faces ruin without a price floor, an international think-tank says.

EU carbon prices struggle to hold ground

Tuesday - European carbon prices tried and failed to rally last night in the wake of Britainís vote to leave the European Union.

Nervous Europe rallies for climate talks

Tuesday - EU envoys will meet in Berlin next week for informal talks on saving the blocís reputation as a climate leader.

How British exit could affect our carbon market

Monday - New Zealand carbon prices could be affected by Britainís vote to leave the European Union.


Britain might stay in EU carbon market

Monday - Britain might have voted to leave the European Union, but it mightnít necessarily have to leave the European carbon market.

CARBON CLIMB: Prices rise 20% in three weeks

15 Jun 16 - Carbon prices have climbed 20 per cent in the three weeks since the Government confirmed that the one-for-two subsidy would be gone within three years.

Carbon cracks $16 and climbing

7 Jun 16 - Carbon continues to climb, hitting $16 just a week after reaching the $15 milestone.

Carbon price up 10.9% since subsidy dumped

3 Jun 16 - Carbon prices have climbed 10.9 per cent in the week since the phase-out of the one-for-two subsidy was announced.

Washington revises carbon trading plan

2 Jun 16 - Washington state has published a revised plan for an emissions trading scheme, targeting a 1.7 per cent annual reduction in emissions from industrial and electric power installations.

BUDGET BOOST: Carbon crashes through $15 barrier

27 May 16 - Carbon has hit the magic $15 mark this morning on the back of the Governmentís Budget announcement on the Emissions Trading Scheme.

Record numbers of NZUs on the move

10 May 16 - More NZUs have moved through the Emissions Unit Registry in the past two months than at any time in the history of the Emissions Trading Scheme.

Decision day looms on future of 1:2 provision

21 Apr 16 - The future of the one-for-two (holding industrial emitters responsible for just half their greenhouse gas emissions) should be known by the end of next month.

Hereís a way to make carbon markets work better

11 Apr 16 - Carbon markets could play a crucial role in delivering promises made at the Paris climate conference.

Major bank sees 2020 Asia-Pacific carbon market

8 Apr 16 - An Asia-Pacific regional carbon market could emerge after 2020, a new report suggests.

Don't do what NZ did, warns ADB

8 Apr 16 - The dramatic undermining of New Zealandís carbon prices by cheap foreign offsets is being used as a lesson in what not to do when setting up an emissions trading scheme.

CARBON CLIMBS: Price up 23% in four months

7 Apr 16 - Carbon prices continue their long climb out of the doldrums, rising 23 per cent this year alone.


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