UN climate talks fail to agree on carbon market rules

Two weeks of negotiations in Madrid last December were not enough to reach an agreement on how the world should cooperate on cutting emissions. Representatives of more than 190 countries failed to reach a deal on guidelines for global emissions trading that sets the process back by a full year. The collapse of the talks […]

Politics, Economics and Expectations Affect Carbon Markets and Related Data

Climate change concerns draw attention from different industries and individuals. Whether they are based on well-justified information or driven largely by expectations, one thing is for sure: the fight against climate change brings more data. These data points and services include more reporting on emissions, climate projections, and emission allowances emerging as a product of […]