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How does the emission trading scheme work?
 
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Emission trading scheme? Cap and trade? What do these words mean? Like us https://www.facebook.com/CarbonControl Follow us https://twitter.com/CarbonControl Author: Norwegian Ministry of Environment
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China launches carbon emissions trading system
 
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China's economic planner, the National Development and Reform Commission, recently launched a carbon emissions trading system. Under this mechanism, companies can trade carbon emission permits like they are commodities, in the hope that it will reduce carbon emissions. Under the Paris Agreement, China has promised to cut carbon emissions by 60 to 65 percent per unit of GDP by 2030, compared with 2005 levels. In the meantime, it would boost its use of non-fossil fuels, making them account for 20 percent of China's energy consumption. While other countries' carbon markets struggled, can China's system buck the trend? Wu Changhua, China/Asia Director, Office of Jeremy Rifkin, and former Greater China Director of the Climate Group; Michael K. Dorsey, co-founder and vice president of Strategy-US Climate Plan; and Isabel Hilton, CEO and Editor of chinadialogue.net, share their views. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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China launching world's largest carbon trading platform to cut emissions
 
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The world's largest carbon emitting country has launched a program that offers companies an incentive to voluntarily cut pollution. CGTN's Li Jianhua reports.
Views: 791 CGTN America
Organized Crime in Charge of EU Carbon Trade, Europol Says
 
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Report by Raymond Frenken, EUX.TV Script: First, there was ClimateGate - the scandal with hacked emails suggesting scientists have abused data for research on global warming. Now, another international climate scandal is emerging that may have an impact on the talks in Copenhagen. Europes top police body Europol, the closest thing that European Union has to the American Fbi, has exposed a massive fraud with the unions official market in carbon credits, the Emission Trading System. The fraud is costing tax payers in a handful of European countries more than five billion euro - 7 billion dollars - and raises doubts about the effectiveness of carbon trading as a measure to curb emissions. Europol director Rob Wainwright issued the following statement: These criminal activities endanger the credibility of the European Union Emission Trading System and lead to the loss of significant tax revenue for governments. Police authorities in Belgium, Denmark, France, the Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom have worked together in what Europol calls a process to identify and disrupt the organised criminal structures behind these fraud schemes. Lets see if we can explain the scheme, using this graphic provided by Europol. The fraud is based on a what is tax experts and investigators call as a Carroussel fraud with missing traders. This carroussel generates money by stealing value added tax from governments. The first step of the criminals is to open a trading account with a national carbon registry, in the name of a newly registered company. From there, this company buys EU emission allowances in another country on one of the six official carbon exchanges in Europe. After that, these emission allowances are moved to another country, and subsequently sold to an unregulated broker in yet another country. This broker then charges VAT on these transactions but does not pay the collected VAT to the tax authorities. Just before the tax authorities realize that this company owes them huge amounts of VAT, basically a period of a few months, the company and its owners disappear. A new company is set up, using other front men, to repeat the carroussel. Crime rings that run such schemes can have several dozen or hundreds of companies whose real owners are difficult to trace. Basically, this type of fraud is possible because European countries continue to disagree on single market tax legislation. Carroussel fraud is a constant feature in the European cross-border market and until recently only happened with shipments of valuable goods such as iPods or flat-panel tvs, not with carbon credits. Europes tax commissioner, in an interview with EUX.TV, has estimated the damage from these carroussel frauds at more than 60 billion euro per year as Euroean finance minister continue to disagree on effective measures to fight this fraud. The Emission Trading System system was set up in 2005 as part of Europes efforts to curb emissions of greenhouse gases. That topic now is at the top of the agenda at the UN Climate summit in Copenhagen this week and next. This unprecedented and massive fraud is likely to prove a major embarrasment for EU negotiators.
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Carbon-Trading
 
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Carbon trading
 
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Keep up-to-date with the latest news, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/AFP-subscribe Six leading oil and gas companies have called on governments to put into place a carbon pricing system, saying this would be the most effective way of cutting the emission of greenhouse gases. This could involve policies such as a carbon tax or a carbon market to incentivise cleaner technology.VIDEOGRAPHIC Follow AFP English on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AFPnewsenglish Latest news on AFP English Twitter: https://twitter.com/AFP Share your top stories on Google+ http://bit.ly/AFP-Gplus
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Mingis on Tech: Using blockchain to track carbon credits
 
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With blockchain technology showing up in everything from global shipping to cloud storage and real estate transactions, it's no surprise that it's now seen as a way to help companies trade and sell carbon credits. Follow Computerworld to satisfy your tech business needs! ------------------------------­---- SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Computerworld FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Computerworld/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/Computerworld WEBSITE: http://www.computerworld.com/
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What is carbon trading and why do some people hate it?
 
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California's celebrated cap and trade climate policy has earned some foes in unlikely places. Here's why community advocates say we need to think about the hidden costs to carbon trading. Subscribe here: https://bit.ly/2qvfeRp Link the "I told you so report": https://journals.plos.org/plosmedicine/article?id=10.1371/journal.pmed.1002604#abstract2 Read more here: https://grist.org/article/how-california-can-make-its-cap-and-trade-program-more-equitable/
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Tom Goldtooth: Carbon Trading is “Fraudulent” Scheme to Privatize Air & Forests to Permit Pollution
 
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https://democracynow.org - In South Dakota, the energy company TransCanada says it shut down part of its pipeline Thursday after a rupture spilled 210,000 gallons of oil in a field near Amherst. The pipeline carries a highly polluting form of oil called “diluted bitumen.” This comes amid a new report titled “Carbon Pricing: A Critical Perspective for Community Resistance,” which exposes the dangers of carbon trading, a scheme in which major companies purchase carbon credits from countries who agree to plant trees or protect existing forests. We speak with one of the report’s co-authors, Tom Goldtooth, executive director of the Indigenous Environmental Network, and Isabella Zizi from Richmond, California, home to a massive Chevron oil refinery. Chevron has said it will purchase carbon credits to offset increased pollution from a recent expansion of the Richmond refinery. Democracy Now! is an independent global news hour that airs weekdays on nearly 1,400 TV and radio stations Monday through Friday. Watch our livestream 8-9AM ET: https://democracynow.org Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today: https://democracynow.org/donate FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: https://twitter.com/democracynow YouTube: http://youtube.com/democracynow SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/democracynow Daily Email: https://democracynow.org/subscribe Google+: https://plus.google.com/+DemocracyNow Instagram: http://instagram.com/democracynow Tumblr: http://democracynow.tumblr.com Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/democracynow iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/democracy-now!-audio/id73802554 TuneIn: http://tunein.com/radio/Democracy-Now-p90/ Stitcher Radio: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/democracy-now
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Dr. Richard Sandor on Financial Futures & Carbon Trading Discusses His “Best Idea Yet”
 
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Financial innovator Dr. Richard Sandor is known as the “father” of financial futures and carbon trading. He discusses the unheralded and significant environmental progress being made on the local level in the U.S., plus his latest innovation, an alternative to LIBOR, the troubled global interest rate benchmark. It’s the American Financial Exchange, an electronic exchange for direct interbank and financial institution lending and borrowing. It’s up and running and he considers it his “best idea yet.” WEALTHTRACK #1524 published on November 30, 2018. Explanation of acronyms used in this episode: LIBOR: the London Interbank Offered Rate U.S. AMERIBOR: a benchmark rate that reflects the actual market-determined cost of borrowing for U.S. financial institutions Federal Reserve’s SOFR (Secured Overnight Financing Rate): a broad measure of the cost of borrowing cash overnight collateralized by Treasury securities. SIFI: Systemically Important Financial Institution INTERCONTINENTAL EXCHANGE INC. (ICE): an American company that builds, operates and advances global financial and commodity markets CHICAGO CLIMATE EXCHANGE (CCX): founded by Richard Sandor in 2003 as a voluntary greenhouse gas (GHG) emission cap and trade scheme located in North America, and acquired by Intercontinental Exchange in 2010 EUROPEAN CLIMATE EXCHANGE (ECX): the leading marketplace for trading carbon dioxide emissions in Europe and internationally TIANJIN CLIMATE EXCHANGE CO, LTD: China’s first carbon market cap-and-trade exchange RGGI. Inc. (Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative): the first mandatory market-based program in the United States to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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The EU Emissions Trading System explained
 
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The EU emissions trading system (EU ETS) is a cornerstone of the European Union's policy to combat climate change and its key tool for reducing industrial greenhouse gas emissions cost-effectively. Find out how it does so: http://ec.europa.eu/clima/policies/ets Español: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbnbrK9jgRw Francais: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YK6IZYtLB5M Polski: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_AfRyb4F3kk 中国 (Chinese): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sH-IMxNH13o
Views: 72829 EUClimateAction
How Carbon Credits Work In Less Than 2 Minutes - Qiewie
 
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This short video explains how carbon credits work and introduces Qiewie, a company creating a carbon credit marketplace for consumers. Learn more about Qiewie by visiting their website: www.qiewie.com
Views: 27357 Josh Light
Emission Trading System
 
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The EU wants to reform the Emission Trading System which allows companies to trade carbon emission permits with one another.
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004 How Companies Use Carbon Markets To Reduce Emissions
 
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Companion article at ecosystemmarketplace.com/articles/voluntary2016/ Hello, and greetings from Cologne, Germany, where we’re wrapping up two intense weeks that began a few dozen kilometers north of us, in the former German capitol of Bonn, where climate negotiators have begun the process of activating the Paris Agreement. Unfortunately, that meant I got swamped, which led to an unplanned two-week hiatus on this podcast, and I do apologize for that – but if you’ve been following Ecosystem Marketplace, you know we haven’t been idle. Yesterday, we released our annual survey of the voluntary carbon markets, which takes stock of what individuals, corporations, and governments have been doing to offset their greenhouse-gas emissions until the Paris Agreement takes effect – which could happen as early as next year.   Earth. We broke it. We own it – and nothing is as it was: not the trees, not the seas, not the forests farms or fields, and not the global economy that depends on all of these. But we can restore it – make it better than it is – more resilient – more sustainable. But how? Technology? Geoengineering? Are we doomed to live on a bionic planet, or is nature itself the answer? That’s the question we explore each week on Bionic Planet, a podcast of the Anthropocene – the new epoch defined by man’s impact on Earth. Today, our focus is voluntary carbon markets. Green-minded companies use them to reduce their carbon footprints by offsetting those greenhouse-gas emissions that they aren’t able to eliminate by, say, re-tooling their factories or switching to renewable energy. Individuals use them as well – often to offset their travel emissions – as do governments. New research from Ecosystem Marketplace shows that these three groups used voluntary carbon markets to reduce emissions by about 84 million tons of carbon dioxide last year alone, but the real story isn’t the volume – which is still too small to change the world – but rather, how those offsets are used in ever-more complex and effective emission-reduction strategies. CLIP: Hamrick That’s my Ecosystem Marketplace colleague Kelley Hamrick, who spent a good chunk of the last six months on the phone with thousands of carbon market participants cobbling together the latest “State of the Voluntary Carbon Markets” report, which is entitled “Raising Ambition” to reflect the ever-increasing emission-reduction targets embedded in the Paris Agreement. You can download the report at ecosystemmarketplace.com/articles/voluntary2016/ (repeat) Voluntary carbon markets provide a way for companies to reduce their overall emissions by, say, saving endangered forests, or planting trees, or financing the construction of wind farms. They’re not to be confused with “compliance markets”, which are imposed under a cap-and-trade regime like the one in California. If you heard our two earlier episodes focused on the need to create a price on carbon, you know the goal of such a price is to force companies to reduce the amount of greenhouse gasses they pump into the atmosphere. Voluntary markets are different – they’re not so much an “incentive” as they are an “enabling mechanism” – because companies and individuals that use them aren’t doing so to comply with the law, but to do the right thing. In fact, our research shows that companies that buy offsets are usually also the ones that have already done the most to reduce their emissions internally – and they’re using offsets to get to zero net emissions – or at least try to. Offsetting, in other words, is almost never a stand-alone strategy, but rather one component in a larger, more involved emission-reduction approach. I had a brief chat with Kelley right after she posted the report, and asked her how voluntary offsets usually fit into a company’s emission-reduction program. CLIP: Hamrick   So, who are the buyers? Ultimately, they’re companies that want to reduce their greenhouse-gas emissions, but sometimes they’re brokers as well, and they can also be a new breed of consultancy that helps manage emission-reductions. Let’s meet some now. CLIP: Intros Did you hear what he said about price? If you heard our cost of episodes on the need for a price on carbon, you know that 3.3 dollars is nowhere near the “social cost of carbon” –or the  damages that carbon dioxide causes once it’s in the atmosphere. Now, I know what I said before – about voluntary carbon offsets being an enabling mechanism more than an incentive, and that’s true, but one way they enable companies to reduce is to create an “internal price” on carbon – a price companies can use to push greenhouse-gas emissions into the corporate consciousness. That just doesn’t happen at $3.3 per ton, so lots of companies buy low externally and then sell high internally – but that leaves...
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South Africa's Carbon Trading
 
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Businesses around the world continue to try to reduce their carbon emissions as they struggle to meet reduction targets. Some governments have imposed carbon taxes, while others have attempted to introduce carbon trading schemes with varying degrees of success. Angelo Coppola reports that a South African company is developing a system that may provide a solution.
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AUSANTE - Emission Trading Scheme
 
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Register: http://www.ausante.com/signup_now A carbon offset is a reduction in emissions of carbon dioxide or greenhouse gases made in order to compensate for or to offset an emission made elsewhere. Carbon offsets are measured in metric tons of carbon dioxide-equivalent (CO2e) and may represent six primary categories of greenhouse gases. The categories include: carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), perfluorocarbons (PFCs), hydroflourocarbons (HFCs), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6). One carbon offset represents the reduction of one metric ton of carbon dioxide or its equivalent in other greenhouse gases. There are two markets for carbon offsets. In the larger, compliance market, companies, governments, or other entities buy carbon offsets in order to comply with caps on the total amount of carbon dioxide they are allowed to emit. This market exists in order to achieve compliance with obligations of Annex 1 Parties under the Kyoto Protocol, and of liable entities under the EU Emissions Trading Scheme. In 2006, about $5.5 billion of carbon offsets were purchased in the compliance market, representing about 1.6 billion metric tons of CO2e reductions. In the much smaller, voluntary market, individuals, companies, or governments purchase carbon offsets to mitigate their own greenhouse gas emissions from transportation, electricity use, and other sources. For example, an individual might purchase carbon offsets to compensate for the greenhouse gas emissions caused by personal air travel. Many companies offer carbon offsets as an up-sell during the sales process so that customers can mitigate the emissions related with their product or service purchase (such as offsetting emissions related to a vacation flight, car rental, hotel stay, consumer good, etc.). In 2008, about $705 million of carbon offsets were purchased in the voluntary market, representing about 123.4 million metric tons of CO2e reductions. Offsets are typically achieved through financial support of projects that reduce the emission of greenhouse gases in the short- or long-term. The most common project type is renewable energy, such as wind farms, biomass energy, or hydroelectric dams. Others include energy efficiency projects, the destruction of industrial pollutants or agricultural byproducts, destruction of landfill methane, and forestry projects. Some of the most popular carbon offset projects from a corporate perspective are energy efficiency and wind turbine projects. For more Info Visit: http://www.facebook.com/ausante.biz
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Investing in Carbon Credits
 
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Safely Purchase SIPP Approved Carbon Credits held under the custodianship of an FSA regulated body including free registry account. VCS Carbon Credits - How Much Will You Make? Carbon will be the world's biggest commodity market and it could become the world's biggest market overall Barclays Capital The Global carbon market reached $142 billion in 2010 and is expected to reach between $2 and $3 trillion by 2020 The voluntary carbon market grew in volume by 34% in 2010, exceeding the growth in the compliance market State of the Carbon Markets 2011 EcoSystems Marketplace & Bloomberg New Energy Finance The voluntary carbon market is forecast to grow 8 times from 2011 to 2020 In the voluntary carbon markets, Aviva, Dell, Coca Cola, Puma, Marks & Spencer, Qantas, HSBC, HP and many more including nearly all S&P 500 & FTSE 100 companies buy carbon credits Price appreciation and global expansion expected in the mid to long term driven by high demand from increasing international legislation and the ever growing need for companies to satisfy their CSR requirements Carbon credits are becoming more mainstream and are now SIPP approved with a number of widely recognised SIPP providers But how do you know where to buy carbon credits SAFELY? Purchase DIRECT from a long established and globally recognised carbon provider through UK HSBC banking routes Buy fully completed, issued VCS or above standard credits that you can view on the public registry PRIOR to purchase Have your credits held in the most secure environment under the custodianship of an FSA regulated company on one of the major recognised public carbon registries Enjoy your own DIRECT access to the registry to view your purchases Genuine exit strategy available via the provider with established links to the major registries and exchanges By purchasing via a VeriSign trusted company from an established UK provider you will have access to the most secure, transparent end to end service with absolutely no hidden extras. IF YOU WOULD LIKE GENUINE INFORMATION WITHOUT THE HARD SELL AND WITHOUT OBLIGATION..... Baron Traders Limited is a Gibraltar registered company, Number 105368. Registered Office: Don House, 30 -- 38 Main Street, Gibraltar. Baron Traders is VeriSign Trusted. The identity of BARON TRADERS has been confirmed using official records. www.validatedcarboncredits.com [email protected] Tel: +44 0203 137 4400
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paul bowden  on the impact of the 2013 emissions trading rules
 
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Paul Bowden from Freshfields talks about the impact of the 2013 emissions trading rules and what companies can do now to prepare.
Views: 473 David Leloup
Carbon Offsetting, Carbon Credit Offsets - The Trend Is Blue
 
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A carbon offset is a measurable prevention, reduction or sequestration of carbon dioxide (CO2) or other GHG emissions. Why buy carbon offsets: carbon offsets are specific projects or activities that reduce, avoid or sequester emissions. Find out more about purchasing carbon offsets and carbon offset cost @ http://www.thetrendisblue.com/carbon-offset-scheme.html Follow The Trend Is Blue on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/thetrendisblue Like The Trend Is Blue on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheTrendIsBlue Connect The Trend Is Blue on Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/company/the-trend-is-blue-ltd
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Paris Climate Conference - Carbon trading: a key to curbing CO2 emissions?
 
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Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN Last year the world spewed out 32 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide emissions Now imagine if this pollution had a price. Enter the idea of carbon trading, a concept created by American economists. It’s known as cap and trade. If a company emits less than its limit, it can sell its permits to other companies: that’s the trade. Over time, the total number of permits is reduced…. and in theory it becomes more expensive to pollute. In 2005 the European Union introduced the world’s first carbon trading scheme with mixed results. Partly because there were too many permits given out... and the value of each one dropped … making it very cheap to pollute. Worldwide there are around 30 countries and 20 cities or regions that have chosen this path. representing 8 per cent of emissions. Now China, the biggest polluter on the planet has announced plans for its own national cap and trade scheme. It will be, by far, the world’s largest. Visit our website: http://www.france24.com Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.English Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/France24_en
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Carbon Credit! (The first superhero who smokes)
 
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Once upon a time, not so long ago, world leaders gathered to make an agreement to fight climate change. They met in Japan and agreed to the famous Kyoto Protocol. A principal feature of the Protocol turned out to be carbon trading: a magical solution to curb CO2 emissions. It was presented as a flexible market mechanism able to tackle climate change in a cost effective way. The magical elements were carbon credits, who reached the status of superheroes once their full potential was discovered. Governments and companies could buy carbon credits but most of the time they just got them for free. If they had credits or permits left they could sell them and make nice profit out of it. Either ways the result would be the same, as if by magic, carbon emissions would reduce rapidly, it was predicted. No political action was needed, the market would take care of it. Expectations were high but unfortunately the magic never happened and promises couldn't be kept. The biggest carbon market, the EU Emissions Trading Scheme, has crashed, carbon trading hasn't reduced CO2 emissions and it hasn't encouraged investments in sustainable energy infrastructure sufficiently. To the contrary, to offset their CO2 emissions companies and governments have invested in destructive projects in the South. The only ones benefiting from this system are polluting companies who have made millions by selling their free carbon credits and traders speculating on the fluctuation of their price. Reasons enough to change strategy one would think, right? Well think again. Despite the massive evidence of their failure, carbon markets are still promoted as a solution to fight climate change. Carbon markets are being expanded to other regions and similar mechanisms are being set up to trade not only clean air but also forests, wetlands and other elements of nature. Sixteen years after Kyoto carbon markets will still be central during the next climate talks in Warsaw (UNFCCC COP 19). The fairytale is kept alive by those who want us to believe in it. It is being told again and again in a slightly different version every time. But the big success factor remains no matter what: Carbon Credit! (The only superhero who smokes).
Views: 11855 Counter Balance
Rescuing the EU Carbon Market -- EU-ETS Video infographic
 
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http://www.iiea.com/environmentnexus/energy The EU is at the forefront of the fight against climate change. But the EU Emissions Trading Scheme -- Europe's flagship tool to reduce greenhouse gas emissions -- is floundering. See this previous IIEA blog. The market is awash with surplus allowances, which has led to a depressed carbon price. This does not create the right incentives for low carbon growth. But how is the market malfunctioning? What is the diagnosis? And how can Europe rescue the ailing scheme and deliver effective climate policy? Our latest production combines motion infographics and interviews with key stakeholders to explore the problems in the EU Emission Trading Scheme and the future of EU Climate Policy. Interviewees include Sanjeev Kumar, Senior Associate with E3G (Third Generation Environmentalism), Susan Shannon, Senior EU Affairs Manager at Shell and Neil Walker, Head of Energy and Environmental Policy at IBEC (The Irish Business Employers Confederation). Negotiations on the ETS The European Commission's short-term rescue bid is currently being negotiated by the European Parliament and the Council. The Irish EU Presidency is hoping to broker a deal on this issue in the first half of 2013. The European Parliament's ENVI committee is set to consider the issue at its meeting on 19 February 2013. The rapporteur's report by ENVI Committee Chairman, Matthias Groote (S&D, Germany) gives an indication of where this debate is going (see here.) While the report is broadly supportive of the European Commission's position on amending the EU-ETS, the report also proposes constraints on the Commission's right to intervene in the carbon market by proposing that intervention should only happen "in exceptional circumstances" and stresses that intervention should be seen only as a interim precursor to longer-term structural reform. Some proposals for longer-term reform are already on the table from the Commission. But are these solutions enough? And are they tackling the right problem? This content is part of the IIEA Environment Nexus, co-funded by the European Parliament. http://www.iiea.com/environmentnexus/home
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What Are Carbon Credits?
 
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What Are Carbon Credits? Chances are you've heard the phrase 'carbon credits' mentioned on the news or in companies’ sustainability plans. But what does it actually mean? How do carbon credits help combat climate change? How can companies reduce their carbon footprint and offset their unavoidable emissions? And how does it all contribute to sustainable growth, healthier communities, and positive environmental and social impacts? Global sustainability organisation South Pole breaks down this complicated concept in a simple video. To learn more about our carbon credits or projects please email to [email protected] or click https://www.southpole.com
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Riz Khan - Is carbon trade a scam? - Part 1
 
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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Is carbon trading a win-win situation, helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and helping poorer countries make money by selling their credits? Or is the system being exploited - to the detriment of the environment? At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
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The Emissions Trading System
 
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The EU wants to reform the Emission Trading System which allows companies to trade carbon permits with one another.
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THE 21st Century Scam--Carbon Credits Trading
 
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How Carbon Credits Trading Works by Benton Bain Carbon offsets are a strange concept. Let me show you in layman terms how it works: Al Gore goes to an Italian restaurant and eats a loaf of garlic bread, a plate of lasagna, a bowl of spaghetti and meatballs, an extra large pizza with seven toppings, a couple bottles of expensive wine and a large assortment of pastries. As a result, he puts on 10 pounds. But he is deeply concerned that mankind is getting too fat. So he pays 10 peasants in Asia $10 each to eat nothing for a week. Although they are already skinny, by starving themselves for a week, they each lose a pound. As a result, after a week, mankind is weight neutral. Al Gore weighs 10 pounds more, 10 Asians weigh 10 pounds less -- and Al Gore is given another Nobel Propaganda Prize for his leadership in keeping mankind's obesity in check. Of course, this example is not quite fair to Gore because that imagined humanitarianism actually costs him cash money. In the real carbon offset business, he looks forward to being paid for directing other carbon consumers to invest in carbon neutral projects through Generation Investment Management which Gore is the founder and chairman. So Gore will profit from mankind's misery. I'm glad to see he finally has developed the capitalist instinct (like his daddy did with Occidental Petroleum and Armand Hammer). When Gore personally is using carbon, as when he flies in a carbon belching Gulfstream jet, one of his companies would pay some other guy not to fly or plant a tree or do something to offset Gore's carbon belching so that Gore can feel elated about himself and live as he wants. Under the TRILLION DOLLAR Kyoto Protocol's trading scheme to determine the offset of emissions and the amount of CO2 that needs to be paid for will be controlled by the same organization that controlled the pittance BILLION DOLLAR Iraqi Food for Oil SCAM with Saddam, the anti-America/anti-capitalist corrupt United Nations!!! Socialist French President Jacques Chirac said in 2000 the UN's Kyoto Protocol represented "the first component of an authentic global governance."
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Carbon credit trading
 
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Learn how your company can capitalise on a market that has risen and will continue to boom for years to come. Get your free Carbon Credit Guide here.
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Personal Carbon Trading Market
 
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I will talk about a unique and potentially very popular policy to combat global warming. It's called Personal Carbon Trading Market. Here is how it works. Every person gets a carbon allocation (we'll call it carbon share) equal to America's per person carbon emissions. Businesses have to buy these carbon shares from the people on the open market. For all practical purposes, the only buyers will be utilities and oil companies. People can sell their shares at the pump, through their utility bills, and get a discount. Or, they can go to a bank and exchange their carbon share for cold cash. Thus, implementing this will be easy. Here is what so great about this? 1. A vast majority of people stand to make real money because their carbon emissions are below the per person emissions. Remember, the per person emissions are skewed higher by big consumers like corporations and the super-rich. The less your carbon consumption, the more money you will make by selling your carbon shares. 2. The cost increases will be barely noticeable. But the discounts at the pump, on the utility bill, or the cash at the bank will be very clear and real. People will view conservation not just as spending less money, but as making extra money. 3. How much extra money you make will depend on how much energy you save. Generally, the poor will make the most money. This is more fair. Today, even though the poor have the lowest carbon footprint, they are the most vulnerable to extreme events. We saw this with Hurricane Katrina. Last and most important, the more aggressive the carbon reduction target, the more the value of the carbon shares, and the more money in people's pockets. Yes, a virtuous cycle. So, why is no one pushing this?. 1. Many Republicans are in denial about global warming, and don't want businesses to spend anything at all to reduce global warming. And the Democrats are sometimes too fixated on taxes, when we should focus on incentivizing smarter behavior. So, pushing this policy must become a people's project. I urge you to send this to all your friends so that we can have maximum views and turn the heat on the politicians to save our earth from overheating. I am Vinay. I am running for Richmond City Council.
Views: 2924 Vinay4Richmond
Beijing launches carbon trading market
 
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Hundreds of companies started trading carbon credits in Beijing on Thursday. The capital's pilot market for compulsory carbon trading follows similar schemes in Shenzhen and Shanghai. A renewed commitment to green development.
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Carbon Trading: Solution to Climate Change or Corporate Resource Grab?
 
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Larry Lohmann Author and founding member of the Durban Group for Climate Justice 02/08/2008
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The Emissions Trading System - putting a price on carbon
 
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European Commission production: "The EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) is a world first and a major weapon in Europe's fight against climate change. The innovative system has turned carbon dioxide emissions into a tradeable commodity. They can now be bought and sold like any other of the thousands of products traded on world markets today. The scheme works by placing a limit or a 'cap' on the amount of carbon dioxide participating installations - currently around 10,500 across the European Union - can emit every year. If an installation emits more than its allowance, it must either pay a very hefty fine or buy surplus allowances from companies that have managed to stay below their limit. The system ensures that overall CO2 emissions from the plants covered are cut in the most cost effective way. The video report shows: Factories and sources of CO2 emissions Renewable energies' systems ABN-Amro trading floor Pernis' Shell oil refinery (Europe's biggest oil refinery) DSM chemical plant Interviews with key figures including: Tomas Wyns, Climate Action Network Europe Jos Delbeke, Director for Climate Change & Air, DG Environment, European Commission Sara Ståhl, European Climate Exchange Gerhard Mulder, ABN-Amro Annemarie van der Rest, Shell Marc van Doorn, DSM Julia Williams-Jacobse, Dutch Environment Ministry Dr. Bert Metz, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change."
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How Carbon Trading Works | RMIT University
 
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RMIT University Adjunct Professor Alan Pears explains how carbon trading works. Watch other videos in this series http://goo.gl/sHD22 And if you have a question about how something works that you want answered, hit us up here ‪http://ow.ly/7LQJQ Find out more about sustainability programs at RMIT - Environment, Planning & Sustainability programs - http://www.rmit.edu.au/environmentplanning BA Engineering (Sustainable Systems) - http://www.rmit.edu.au/programs/bp265 BA Engineering (Environmental) - http://www.rmit.edu.au/programs/bp056 Master of Sustainable Practice - http://www.rmit.edu.au/programs/mc153
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Beijing starts carbon emissions trading
 
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Beijing implemented a carbon emissions trading program on Thursday. More than 200 companies are eligible to participate in the program.
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Shanghai launches China's second carbon emissions trading market
 
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Shanghai launches its emissions trading market Tuesday, following Shenzhen's carbon trading scheme which began in June. 191 companies are in the initial experimental listing. The quota takes into account historical emission levels, industrial characteristics and efforts by companies to go green.
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BYD co developed Carbon Credit App with DNV GL and VeChain
 
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BYD co-developed a new app named Carbon Credit with DNV GL and VeChain. The app collects driving data from BYD vehicles such as mileage, fuel consumption and electricity consumption. They’ve also created a smart contract on the VeChainThor blockchain, based on an emission reduction formula provided by DNV GL’s carbon experts. They then issue carbon credits to car users according to this formula. For More information about the Asian crypto community visit us at: https://www.asiacryptotoday.com/ Don't get lost in the crypto world :) ➫ Twitter: https://twitter.com/_blockandchain_ ➫ Telegram group: https://t.me/asiacryptotoday #BYD #VeChain #DNV GL
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Korea to revitalize carbon emissions trading scheme
 
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탄소배출권 과다이월시 불이익..한국정부 탄소배출 줄이려 노력 As an industrial powerhouse, Korea is dedicated to doing its part to fight climate change. And on Wednesday the government announced new plans to encourage companies to make more use of the country's carbon emissions trading scheme. Lee Unshin explains. Committed to the Paris Agreement on fighting climate change, Korea is seeking to encourage companies to trade carbon emissions rights with each other. The Ministry of Environment introduced the Korea Emissions Trading Scheme in late 2014. It allocated carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emission rights to over 500 companies for the period of 2015 to 2017... using what are called Korean Allowance Units, or KAUs. The most KAUs were allocated to the power generation and energy industries. When companies exceed their quota, they can buy extra permits from other companies and avoid a fine. In recent months, however, the price of emissions rights have spiked due to higher demand and limited supply, which has slowed down market activity. In February, the price per ton of emissions rose to more than 23-and-a-half U.S. dollars, up nearly 38 percent in just two months. The result was a sharp drop in turnover. In January, 384-thousand tons worth of emissions rights changed hands, down from last year's monthly average of nearly a million tons. Some companies had extra emissions rights, but, instead of trading them,... carried them over to the next term. The government's plans revealed Wednesday include providing less KAUs next year to those holding on to massive stockpiles. Plus, starting in 2018, companies will be able to trade emissions rights they've acquired overseas through other countries' programs. New ways of trading emissions rights are on the way, too -- like monthly auctions and swaps. The country's finance ministry said that stabilizing the trading system will reduce overall greenhouse gas emissions -- with the ultimate goal of using it to cut emissions by 37 percent by 2030. Lee Unshin Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
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How to Calculate Greenhouse Gas Emissions
 
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Learn the steps involved in calculating your company's greenhouse gas emissions from bill and utility meter data. Covers use of emission factors and global warming potentials. DISCLAIMER: This presentation is provided for informational purposes only. All definitions and methodologies are presented in a general context only. This presentation is not a substitute for formal education and training.
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China's carbon emission trading system | Pro-reunification party members detained in Taiwan
 
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China has launched a carbon emissions trading system. Under this mechanism, companies can trade carbon emission permits like they are commodities, in the hope that it will reduce carbon emissions. While other countries' carbon markets struggled, can China's system buck the trend? Four officials from Taiwan's pro-reunification party were detained shortly after returning from the Chinese mainland. Experts discuss the consequences of the one-China policy. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Accounting for Carbon Credits - CA Final FR - New Syllabus
 
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Accounting for Carbon Credits (New Topic) Specially applicable for CA Final FR New Syllabus Students.... May 18 Attempt Pls refer Chapter 19 of Study Material
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Shanghai starts carbon emissions trading
 
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Shanghai launched carbon emissions trading on Tuesday. The city is China's second market for compulsory carbon trading. An initial 191 companies from the iron and steel, chemical engineering and aviation industries have been included in the program.
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carbon credit companies scam
 
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get overseas permits for less in this con job
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China's Big Step! China is Launching The World's Largest Carbon Trading System to Reduce Pollution
 
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SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/w3A8IS TOP STORIES==== China Announces Big Step In War Against Global Warming. China Is Launching The 'World's Largest' Carbon Market. China launching world's largest carbon trading platform to cut emissions. Michael Dorsey discusses China's newest measure to combat climate change. China Takes A Big Step To Curb Carbon Emissions. Watch the video to see all these and many more... SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/w3A8IS Don't forget to subscribe for upcoming videos - Richard Aguilar My Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYzz2SkhAaM0FDKuGk-IPZg MY Twitter and Google Plus: https://twitter.com/gygenministries https://plus.google.com/u/0/+RichardHansAguilar Thanks for watching... #World'sLargestCarbonTradingSystem #chinacarbottradingsystem #chinaemissions #carbonemissions
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Offworld Trading Company - Original Soundtrack -  2016
 
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Full Credit for the Playlist to William Russell https://www.youtube.com/user/Pluvialis Thanks a lot for the help William. Very appreciate. 01. Red Planet Nocturne (0:00) 02. Welcome to Mars (4:08) 03. Martian Mining and Manufacturing (6:10) 04. Sea of Sirens (10:21) 05. "For Happy Workers, Try Adrenaline Boosts!” (11:55) 06. Roboto Agitato (14:11) 07. Look at All the Money (16:06) 08. Thinking Machines (20:09) 09. Hacker Array (22:27) 10. Assembly Lines (24:51) 11. Carbon Scrubbers (27:12) 12. Trade War (28:54) 13. Homeostasis (31:50) 14. MULE (35:37) 15. Bribery (37:28) 16. Brave New Planet (38:58) 17. Glass Furnace (43:20) 18. Martian Glassworks, Inc. (45:07) 19. Offworld Price Index (46:48) 20. Trickle-Down Economics (48:16) 21. Allegro for Hydroponic Systems (50:29) 22. Sunrise on Mars (54:13) 23. Sad Robot Lament (57:59) 24. Sabotage (59:38) 25. Magnetic Storm (1:02:06) 26. Ares Defense Industries (1:05:15) 27. Electronics Factory (1:07:41) 28. EMP (1:09:42) 29. Power Surge (1:11:22) 30. Hostile Takeover (1:13:15) Best Game Soundtracks: https://goo.gl/5H1EMY Best Game Trailers: https://goo.gl/5GP3Ai Best Game Themes: https://goo.gl/xFV686 Best Movie Themes: https://goo.gl/XiXx8I
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Carbon Pricing, Explained With Chickens
 
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EarthFix explains the carbon tax and cap-and-trade carbon-pricing systems as countries aim to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
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S.Korea embarks on carbon trading system / YTN
 
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Starting today (Monday), South Korea embarks on a carbon trading system. The Korea Exchange (KRX), the nation's main bourse operator, and the environment ministry in charge of the new business say that they expect the launching of the system to help the country to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Nearly 530 local companies will join the carbon-pollution cap-and-trade system, aimed to meet global efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions to 30 percent below business-as-usual (BAU) levels over the next five years. South Korea ranks as the seventh or eighth producer of greenhouse gases in the world, accounting for 1.9 percent of global emissions in 2012. ▶ 기사 원문 : http://www.ytn.co.kr/_pn/1207_201501121036451182 ▶ 제보 안내 : http://goo.gl/gEvsAL, 모바일앱, [email protected], #2424 ▣ YTN 유튜브 채널 구독 : http://goo.gl/Ytb5SZ [ 한국 뉴스 채널 와이티엔 / Korea News Channel YTN ]
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BYD, DNV GL and VeChain - Carbon Credit App
 
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VeChain introducing its latest blockchain powered Global Carbon Credit APP being implemented in partnership with BYD and DNV GL.
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Carbon Credits Part 1
 
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"Carbon Credits ... Oxygen for Business" produced for CENSAT Agua Viva Amigos de la Tierra Colombia & Global FOrest Coalition
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Carbon emissions trading rights to be traded
 
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[anchor] The government submitted a bill to the National Assembly on a carbon emissions trading system in April. The move is set to be followed by a carbon emissions trading pilot program in the business and power generation sector. Here's the report. [report] In coming months, companies will be able to measure the financial value of greenhouse gas emissions cuts and purchase or sell remaining emission allowances. If companies' emission cuts exceed their targets, they can sell their emission surplus to other companies, which would help reduce costs related to emission reductions and ultimately bring in extra profit. This is the carbon emissions trading system designed to induce cost-effective greenhouse gas emission reduction. The companies that emit 10,000 tons of carbon dioxide annually will each have an upper limit of 9,500 tons for emissions under the assumption that a reduction of one ton will cost 9,000 won. If the companies each reduce 1,000 ton and sell the emission surplus of 500 tons for a price of 20,000 won, they will make 1 million won in profit, after deducting a 9 million won cost for the 1,000 ton reduction. The government plans to introduce a pilot program for such a carbon emissions trading system and exchanged views with business officials on their reactions. [sync - Park Young-jun, Vice Minister of Knowledge Economy] To achieve the emission reduction target cost-effectively, the government has recently been pushing the emissions trading system, the most powerful regulations on greenhouse gas emission cuts and the bill has been submitted to the Parliament. For the allocation of emission rights to the participating companies, the government plans to use the emission cut targets given during the pilot project to help in energy target management. It plans to minimize burden on the companies by linking the new system with the energy target management system while also preparing for the introduction of the emissions trading system. The business sector agreed to voluntarily participate in the emissions trading system and make other efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. However, because the system could trigger side effects, such as reducing competitiveness, experts said that it is necessary to closely review the cases in other countries and localize the system to be well suited to the South Korean market. [Interview - Lee Hong-yeol, Executive Vice President / Honam Petrochemical Corp.] The business sector understands that a carbon emissions trading system should be introduced some day but it should be adopted as we closely watch the cases in other countries, such as China, India and Europe. The government plans to establish a consortium of industry and market experts to analyze cases of overseas countries and the effect of the system on the industries there. The business and power generation sectors account for 68.4 percent of the national greenhouse gas emissions which is why the government plans to reinforce support for voluntary carbon reduction activities. 온실가스 배출권 사고 판다 [앵커멘트] 지난 4월 정부는 온실가스 배출권거래제에 관한 법안을 국회에 제출했습니다. 이를 계기로 산업발전 부문의 배출권거래제시범사업이 실시될 계획입니다. [리포트] 앞으로는 기업이 절감할 수 있는 온실가스 배출량을 값으로 책정해 사고 팔 수 있게 됩니다. 목표치를 초과해 감축시키는 배출권에 대해서는 이를 판매할 수 있어 감축에 드는 비용절감은 물론 수익도 발생할 수 있습니다. 바로 비용효과적으로 온실가스 배출감축을 위한 배출권거래제입니다. 연간 1만 톤의 이산화탄소를 배출하는 기업에게 9천 5백 톤의 배출 상한치가 할당되고, 1 톤을 줄이는데 9천 원의 비용이 발생한다고 가정합니다. 배출권거래제에 따라 1천 톤을 감축시키고 잉여배출권인 5백 톤을 1톤당 2만원에 판매한다고 가정했을 때, 1천 톤에 대한 900만원의 비용을 빼면 백만 원의 수익이 생기는 것입니다. 정부는 이와 같은 배출권거래제 시범사업을 실시하기로 하고 산업계와 함께 대응체제 마련에 대한 의견을 나눴습니다.
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Carbon Credits: Bum Life Special
 
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbon_credit Carbon credits are a key component of national and international emissions trading schemes. They provide a way to reduce greenhouse effect emissions on an industrial scale by capping total annual emissions and letting the market assign a monetary value to any shortfall through trading. Credits can be exchanged between businesses or bought and sold in international markets at the prevailing market price. Credits can be used to finance carbon reduction schemes between trading partners and around the world. There are also many companies that sell carbon credits to commercial and individual customers who are interested in lowering their carbon footprint on a voluntary basis. These carbon offsetters purchase the credits from an investment fund or a carbon development company that has aggregated the credits from individual projects. The quality of the credits is based in part on the validation process and sophistication of the fund or development company that acted as the sponsor to the carbon project. This is reflected in their price; voluntary units typically have less value than the units sold through the rigorously-validated Clean Development Mechanism[1].
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Cap And Trade - Carbon Offset - Carbon Footprint - Climate Change - Carbon Scam - Pollution Scam
 
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Watch this entertaining video to understand how the cap n trade bill, the carbon offset etc. works. Its all a big scam that makes the poor and those who pollute LESS, pay MORE!
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