Environment

COP27 Reignites the Debate about Carbon Credits

COP27 is highlighting the controversial and sometimes contradictory nature of carbon credits as proposals for crediting schemes spark debate and even heckling at the event currently in its second and final week in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. While some argue that a carbon credit scheme is an essential form of …

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US Launches Green Transition Scheme for Global South

The United States launched Wednesday a partnership with private funds aimed at supporting the transition to renewable energy in developing nations, based on a carbon credit system criticised by climate activists. The government scheme, launched at the COP27 climate conference in Egypt along with the Bezos Earth Fund and Rockefeller …

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Europe Ramps up Renewable Capacity amid War in Ukraine

Via AG Metal Miner November’s Renewables MMI (Monthly MetalMiner Index) traded sideways for the first time since June. The index rose by 1.56% month-over-month. This primarily resulted from GOES (grain-oriented electrical steel) rising in price. Meanwhile, other renewable energy resources, like neodymium and Japanese steel plate, traded sideways. Silicon remains …

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