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California's first carbon auction launches pollution market

by Eve Troeh Nov 14, 2012
It's official: Companies must now purchase permits to emit excess levels of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the state of California.

California holds first auction of pollution permits

by Eve Troeh Nov 14, 2012
Six years after enacting its own law to fight global warming, California conducts its first auction of carbon permits. Companies that give off large amounts of carbon dioxide will need permits to cover the emissions.

Carbon dioxide emissions are falling in the U.S.

by Scott Tong Oct 24, 2012
Global warming didn't get even a mention in the three presidential debates, but a new study says the U.S. is on track to meet its pledge to reduce emissions by one-sixth. A major reason: the power of federal regulation.

California climate change law faces legal test

by Eve Troeh Oct 16, 2012
Today a 9th Circuit court in San Francisco hears arguments on the legality of California's, first in the nation, low carbon regulation for transport fuel. The case may determine whether California becomes the U.S. leader in climate litigation.

Summer ice melt in the Arctic sets yet another record

by Scott Tong Sep 20, 2012
Shipping across the ice-free Arctic appears closer than ever. The new route will save fuel, but bring emissions and soot directly to the Arctic -- possibly accelerating the ice melt.
Final Note

U.S. carbon emissions hit a 20-year low

by Kai Ryssdal Aug 16, 2012
A hint of optimism about climate change.

European carbon markets sagging

by Scott Tong Apr 11, 2012
At an energy conference today, European Union members will be talking about how to shore up carbon markets as prices for carbon allowances fall.

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EPA announces new carbon pollution rules

by Sarah Gardner Mar 27, 2012
The new regulations for power plants will reinforce market realities.

Making airlines pay for carbon dioxide emissions

by Eve Troeh Dec 21, 2011
The European Union wants airlines to reduce emissions or pay for permits allowing them to pollute. U.S. opponents say the permit fees would be better spent on new, more efficient aircraft.

U.N. climate summit begins in South Africa

by Eve Troeh Nov 28, 2011
The annual U.N. Climate Summit starts today in Durban, South Africa. Unfortunately, these summits don't seem have a great track-record for enacting change.