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Forbes Article Concludes 93% of Public Companies Facing Climate Risk, Only 12% Disclosing Risk

A new Forbes article concludes that 93 percent of public companies face risk from climate change, but only 12 percent are actually disclosing that risk to the public and their shareholders. The... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by The New Carbon Cycle on Jul 13, 2016

McKinsey Article Concludes Good News for Emissions: US and EU Emissions Down, Economies UP

McKinsey and Company director Scott Nyquist authored on article entitled Great News on Emissions. Really. He concludes that the US and EU have cut emissions while growing their economies. His article... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my we...
by The New Carbon Cycle on Jul 12, 2016

Tax Credits Expire for Waste to Energy and Several Other Project Types Unless Construction Begins

Last year on December 18, 2015 Congressional approval of H.R. 2029, The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016, which President Obama promptly signed into law (P.L. No. 114-113, 114th Cong. 1st... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website f...
by The New Carbon Cycle on Jul 10, 2016

DFW First U.S. Airport To Receive Climate Leadership Award

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport is the first U.S. airport to receive the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Climate Leadership Award for Greenhouse Gas Management. Read DFW First U.S. Airport To Receive Climate Leadership Award on Facilit...
by FacilityBlog on Apr 22, 2016

How Disruptive Technology Can Provide Money-Making Emissions Reductions

I recently published an article entitled How Disruptive Technology Can Provide Money-Making Emissions Reductions. This article explores the disruptive technologies that are changing the way companies... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my we...
by The New Carbon Cycle on Nov 11, 2015

Chinese Plan to Reduce Coal Use Could Allow Increases for Years

Under pressure to reduce smog and carbon emissions, China is considering a mandatory cap on coal use, but it would be an adjustable ceiling and would allow coal consumption to grow for years.
by Eastasianews on Jul 24, 2014

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Why Tony Abbott Axed Australia’s Carbon Tax

Australia lost its leadership on climate change and bowed to rank populism when it repealed its carbon-pricing law.
by Eastasianews on Jul 24, 2014

China’s Energy Plans Will Worsen Climate Change, Greenpeace Says

Two operational coal-to-gas plants in China and 48 proposed ones would together emit an estimated 1.1 billion tons of carbon dioxide per year, Greenpeace said.
by Eastasianews on Jul 23, 2014

Greenpeace Says China’s Energy Plans Exacerbate Climate Change

Two operational coal-to-gas plants in China and 48 proposed ones would together emit an estimated 1.1 billion tons of carbon dioxide per year, Greenpeace said.
by Eastasianews on Jul 23, 2014

Australia Tax Repeal Is Big Blow to Fight Against Emissions

A repeal of laws requiring big companies to pay for carbon emissions will complicate plans to knit together markets for trading emission allowances.
by Eastasianews on Jul 17, 2014

Environmentalists Decry Repeal of Australia’s Carbon Tax

Opposition politicians and environmentalists said the Senate’s move Thursday made Australia the first country to retreat on fighting climate change.
by Eastasianews on Jul 17, 2014

Environmentalists Decry Repeal of Australia’s Carbon Tax

Opposition politicians and environmentalists said the Senate’s move Thursday made Australia the first country to retreat on fighting climate change.
by Eastasianews on Jul 17, 2014

Australia Scraps Tax on Carbon

The government argued that a measure to combat global warming was hindering the economy and should be repealed.
by Eastasianews on Jul 17, 2014

Economic Scene: Persuading China to Act Fast on Climate Change

The existential question in Beijing remains whether China can simultaneously cut carbon emissions while pursuing strong economic growth.
by Eastasianews on Jul 1, 2014

4 Building Materials that can Drastically Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

4 Building Materials that can Drastically Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions...
by Make Houston Great on Apr 29, 2014

Client Receives Greenhouse Gas Permit for $1.2 Billion Natural Gas Power Plant in West Texas

EPA Region 6 just issued the following press release for a permit granted to our client governing green house gas emissions. Permit allows construction of $1.2 billion natural-gas fired plant; will... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my webs...
by The New Carbon Cycle on Apr 29, 2014

4 Building Materials that can Drastically Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

4 Building Materials that can Drastically Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions...
by Make Houston Great on Apr 29, 2014

What Do “Primordial Soup” and Climate Change Solutions Have in Common?

In my last blog, I mentioned the class I am teaching at in Climate Change Law at the University of Texas Law School. One of my classes I mentioned consisted of inviting several companies and the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by The New Carbon Cycle on Apr 19, 2014

Arrogant or Accurate?: ExxonMobil’s Reports on Climate Change and Oil and Gas Reserves

Recently, ExxonMobil issued two reports Energy and Carbon--Managing the Risks and Energy and Climate in response to a request by certain shareholders to disclose information related to climate change... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my we...
by The New Carbon Cycle on Apr 12, 2014

Facing Rising Seas, Bangladesh Confronts the Consequences of Climate Change

Though countries like Bangladesh have contributed little to the industrial pollution driving climate change, they will suffer the most from the devastating consequences.    ...
by Eastasianews on Mar 28, 2014


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