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December 31, 1969The chemical industry celebrated a victory last week as the European Commission announced that 164 industrial sectors would be exempt from having to pay for their greenhouse gas (GHG)...
December 31, 1969Air Products says it has signed an agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy to move forward with an engineering study and project plan for a potential carbon capture and storage...
December 31, 1969U.K. prime-minister Gordon Brown has said he will campaign to make the weak climate agreement reached recently in Copenhagen a legally binding pact. Brown viewed the agreement in...
December 31, 1969A group of 25 companies from France and Brazil, including Rhodia, have made a joint commitment to develop industrial partnerships aimed at reducing emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG)...
December 31, 1969Industry and environmental groups have their hands full with U.S. and international efforts to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, but the year-end activity has offered up a...
December 31, 1969Should a cap-and-trade scheme pass the U.S. Congress, the price of carbon is forecast remain near the legislative floor of $15/ton through 2020, Veronique Bugnion, managing...
December 31, 1969A ruling by Second Circuit Court of Appeals (New York) has reinstated a lawsuit brought by states seeking to force electric utilities’ to reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions...
December 31, 1969Three Senators from Corn Belt states have dropped legislation that sought to prevent EPA from implementing indirect land use regulations after receiving assurances from EPA director...
December 31, 1969A key tenet of the western chemical industry’s lobbying position at the upcoming climate change summit in Copenhagen—that unilateral greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions cuts will lead...
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