The introduction of a carbon tax in South Africa has revived interest in its lethargic offset market. This could be good news for emissions reductions, if the right projects are invested in and delivered at scale.
The question is not whether trees, CCS and direct air capture are needed, but what will deliver carbon removal at scale.
In order to overcome a last-minute veto threat by Poland, EU leaders agreed last week to consider new rules for the EU ETS and the just transition fund, leaving climate campaigners concerned.
As UK-EU trade talks go down to the wire, industry is in the dark about the future of market access and emissions trading, the UK’s key climate policy.
Most innovations and technologies we enjoy came about because of government support.
The Carbon Tracker co-founder reflects on vindication, emboldened investors and the need for a global fossil fuel treaty.
Two chemical industry heads give their views on how to make the sector part of the EU's energy transition.
The voluntary carbon market has shrugged off the Covid-19 pandemic as corporate buyers stick to their climate strategies – but the role of offsets in meeting climate targets remains controversial.