The Low Carbon Fuel Standard has succeeded, but how does it work?

January 22, 2020, by Tani Colbert-Sangree

We are all familiar with emission markets for voluntary carbon offsets or compliance grade greenhouse gas (GHG) credits and allowances. But, there is another less well-known type of environmental market …

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With no carbon market rules emerging from COP25, will aviation and voluntary offsets take the lead?

January 14, 2020, by Derik Broekhoff

Coming out of the UN climate negotiations in Madrid, we are faced with a rather stark reality: nations are at an impasse when it comes to the rules for international …

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Improved climate change understanding and projections for coal businesses create urgent need to initiate stronger measures toward coalbed methane in India

January 27, 2020, by Carbon Management Journal

“In this opinion paper, we contend that in light of recent findings and the expected future of Indian coal business, fugitive methane emissions from coal mining and handling activities may …

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More on underestimated methane leakage. How can climate action address natural gas?

January 6, 2020, by Tani Colbert-Sangree

Natural gas is commonly referred to as a ‘transition fuel’ away from coal because at the point of combustion, natural gas (56.1 mtCO2/TJ) is less carbon intensive than coal (96.1 …

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