If we want results in addressing climate change, “we may need to go beyond simply demanding action and instead focus on changing the way the global economy is organised and governed”

Nick Bernards, Associate Professor of Global Sustainable Development at the University of Warwick, gives his views on what it will take to get real action to address climate change in an article on The Conversation website.   Climate change: why government failure to act isn’t the problem The recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report … Continue reading If we want results in addressing climate change, “we may need to go beyond simply demanding action and instead focus on changing the way the global economy is organised and governed”

Bold new initiative from European Commission to address carbon emissions

Andrew Warren, Chairman of the British Energy Efficiency Federation writes about a bold initiative to meet head on the inherent trade incompatibility caused by unpriced emissions from companies outside Europe. The column was in the May 2021 issue of Energy in Buildings & Industry.   The EU’s new tool to create a level playing field … Continue reading Bold new initiative from European Commission to address carbon emissions

One expert’s views on how to design a successful carbon trading scheme

As India contemplates the creation of a domestic emissions trading scheme, a number of things should be kept in mind. Mahua Acharya, MD & CEO, Convergence Energy Services Limited provides his views in an article on the Financial Express website.   Carbon Trading: New emission-markets for a new decade As the world gets closer to … Continue reading One expert’s views on how to design a successful carbon trading scheme