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October 1st, 2010 - Sarah Palin Defends America against Cap and Trade


Sarah Palin Defends America against Cap and Trade  

Tom Markowitz - Friday, October 01, 2010

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Major Emissions Trading News: September, 2010:
A review of the most important September emissions trading items from major media around the world.

Conditions for China to Launch Emissions Rights Trading Scheme Premature
September 29, 2010
A senior official of China's top economic planning body said Wednesday that conditions for the country to launch a carbon emission rights trading system remain premature.

Greens secure position to put their footprint all over carbon decisions
The Age (Australia)
September 28, 2010

Climate talks deadlocked as UN summit looms
The Canadian Press
September 27, 2010
Top officials, including Canada's environment minister, are lowering expectations that countries will leave a coming round of UN climate talks with a signed deal in hand.

Cashing In On Carbon Credits
Voxy News Engine (New Zealand)
September 24, 2010
Environment Waikato wants to cash in on the Government's Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) with a massive tree planting project.

Russian business braces for carbon trading
Russia Times
September 24, 2010
Carbon trading will soon become reality for Russian companies, whether under the Kyoto protocol or whatever agreement supersedes it. Analysts say it could be to Russia’s

U.K. Should Scrap Second Phase of `Complex' Carbon-Cap Plan, Adviser Says
September 24, 2010
The U.K. should scrap a plan set to start in the second phase of its carbon-reduction program to cap and auction emissions for large companies and organizations, the government climate adviser said.

Future of U.S., Canada Carbon Markets Hinge on California, Barclays Says
September 16, 2010
The future of cap-and-trade markets for carbon dioxide pollution rights in the U.S. and parts of Canada may depend on the outcome of a political battle in California, analysts at Barclays Plc said.

Tokyo, Saitama to Combine Carbon Emissions Trading Markets, Nikkei Reports
September 15, 2010
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government and neighboring Saitama Prefecture will unify rules for their carbon emissions markets starting in 2012 so that businesses in both areas can trade credits, Nikkei English News reported.

Don't wait for US on cap-and-trade, OECD urges Canada
September 13, 2010
MONTREAL — Canada could gain credibility at home and abroad if it unilaterally applied a cap-and-trade system to reduce carbon emissions instead of waiting for Washington to do it first, the OECD said.

EU emissions trading scheme on course to make tiny savings, says report
The Guardian (UK)
September 10, 2010
Campaign group Sandbag calls for tighter caps on greenhouse gas emissions in Europe

Conservatives hammer candidates over cap and trade
Miami Herald
September 6, 2010
Conservative Republicans around the country are using cap and trade - a way to limit global warming pollution - as a political weapon to attack GOP moderates as well as Democrats.

RIP cap and trade

Chicago Tribune
September 6, 2010
We come to bury cap and trade and, yes, to praise it.
The idea for a national program to cap the amount of carbon air pollution and trade it openly on exchanges still makes good sense. But it ran into a political buzzsaw and, for all practical purposes, it's history.

Taiwan looks to cap-and-trade
Financial Times (blog)
September 3, 2010
Taiwan’s Premier Wu Den-yih this week urged the island’s Environmental Protection Agency to draw up plans for a cap-and-trade system. At a time when the US and Australia have all but abandoned the idea, Taiwan’s preparations for a green house gas emissions trading system could eventually resemble the one used by the European Union.

India to start market-based cabon trading system 
Sify News (India)
September 1, 2010
India will soon start a market-based emission trading system to check industrial pollution, Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh said Tuesday.


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