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June 28, 2024

How to cut emissions from ‘big sport’?

With the 2024 Euros and Paris Olympics vowing to be greener, the focus shifts to the challenges of cutting emissions from major sporting events.
June 21, 2024

A greenhouse gas shipping levy is on the horizon

A charge on emissions for cargo vessels would become the first global carbon price, but disagreements on system design and starting prices remain.
June 14, 2024

Why isn’t China’s emissions growth slowing like its GDP?

Despite slowing GDP growth, coal consumption is on the up, largely due to a failure to improve energy efficiency.
June 07, 2024

ICVCM announces first batch of approved carbon credit methodologies

The Integrity Council for the Voluntary Carbon Market (ICVCM) has announced the first batch of carbon credit methodologies to pass their review.
May 31, 2024

AI becomes biggest challenge in Taiwan's power supply: MOEA

Minister of Economic Affairs Kuo Chih-hui (郭智輝) reviewed Taiwan’s current power supply as soon as he assumed office, assuring that there would be sufficient power supply by 2030.
May 24, 2024

U.S. regulator to issue carbon credit guidance to combat greenwashing and market turmoil

To mitigate the turmoil in the carbon credit market caused by the frequent occurrence of greenwashing incidents, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) is expected to finalize guidelines for carbon credits as early as September. These guidel
May 21, 2024

Japan passes new legislation to facilitate CCS implementation

Japan passed a law on May 17 to establish a permit system for business operators, facilitating the implementation of Carbon Capture and Storage technology, which captures carbon dioxide from industrial emissions and stores it deep underground.
May 16, 2024

Three reasons why Taiwanese businesses favor nuclear power

As the RE100 target and carbon tariffs are established internationally, demand for green electricity is escalating. However, voices in Taiwan's business community supporting nuclear power are growing stronger, prompting the new government to re-examine it
May 06, 2024

EU targets greenwashing in aviation industry amid growing environmental concerns

The European Union continues its relentless campaign against corporate greenwashing, with its latest move aimed at the major carbon emitter aviation industry.
May 03, 2024

EU parliament approves law to ban certain single-use plastic packaging

As part of the EU’s effort to curb the increasing waste from packaging, the European Parliament has approved a law that will ban certain single-use plastic packaging.
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