Green Financing and Carbon Trading
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Oil producers aim to turn the desert sunshine into a new export: solar energy. MIDDLE EAST: RENEWABLE ENERGY Oil producers aim to turn the desert sunshine into a new export: solar energy. By Gordon Platt When the oil runs out, the sun will still...
The US Securities and Exchange Commission opened a can of worms with its decision to require companies to consider the effects of climate change when disclosing business risks to investors. It was a can that needed opening, however, in fairness to investors and to the l...
There is little doubt that enormous investment will be needed to address the problem of climate change, but one key question remains unanswered: Where will the money come from? Paying For The Green Revolution Huge investments will be required to enable the wo...
In mid-December political leaders, environmental scientists, NGOs and lobbyists converged on Copenhagen to try to hammer out a global agreement on climate change. At times, tempers were frayed between developed and developing countries, with developing countries walking...
Dear Reader NOVEMBER 2009 | VOL. 23 NO.10 Dan Keeler dan@gfmag.com In this month’s cover story we find out how companies are working to reduce their environmental impact—and their cost base—by greening their supply chains. With one eye o...
When London was awarded the 2012 Olympic Games, politicians and organizers upped the stakes in terms of sustainable procurement. Describing the event as “the most sustainable games ever,” Lord Sebastian Coe, head of the London games organizing committee, said the ga...
Businesses, banks and governments are working together to create financing tools to fund the green revolution. Businesses, banks and governments are working together to create financing tools to fund the green revolution. By Paula L. Green Cajoled, prodde...
MARKET REPORT CARBON TRADING Barack Obama’s support for carbon trading will help strengthen an already growing market. Schleimer: The Clean Air Act could be used to regulate greenhouse gases Bolstered by Europe’s legislativ...
GREEN FINANCE Despite the drumbeat of headlines about the troubled banking and finance industries, one area is coming up green. With global financial markets languishing in the doldrums, “green financing” is emerging as a key lever to stimulate a sustain...
LESSONS FROM EUROPE Corporate comprehension of the benefits of going green is far more advanced in Europe than in the US. But America’s businesses could easily catch up. Stark differences: Europe and the US have taken very different app...
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