A number of China’s biggest state-owned enterprises (SOEs) are setting up specialised emissions trading teams to deal with next year’s launch of a national carbon market, with some companies - such as Chinalco, the world’s second biggest aluminium producer - expecting to face a shortfall of CO2 permits.
China’s Jilin province will roll out a 6-million hectare carbon credit forestry programme that it expects will net local industry some 800 million yuan ($118 million) a year from offset sales by 2020.
Published 00:33 on October 22, 2016 / Last updated at 00:41 on October 22, 2016 / Americas, US / No Comments
California's Aliso Canyon natural gas leak emitted 109,000 metric tonnes of methane between late Oct. 2015 and mid-Feb. 2016, according to the final estimate released by the state's Air Resources Board (ARB) on Friday.
China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has finalised the allocation plan for the national emissions trading scheme and is awaiting approval by the State Council, but has already begun implementation talks with provincial leaders, a senior official said Thursday.
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