Green revolution to stem deforestation

Decline and fall: Liberian forests cleared for rubber plantations
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Norway has committed $150m to conserve forests and cut carbon emissions

Investors seek ethical benchmarks

Meeting the challenges of climate change with low carbon indices

Anti-BP arts sponsorship protesters hold up a banner inside the Royal Opera House.

Chorus of fossil fuel disapproval at the opera

Climate activists target sponsorship deals across the arts

G7 agrees to phase out fossil fuels

Goal set to cut emissions by up to 70% of 2010 levels by 2050

EU reforms boost European carbon market

Start date of December 2018 set for emissions trading reforms

Political divisions hit EU carbon price

European Parliament committee fails to agree on reform start date

Carbon market chief denounces European policy

Brussels blamed for collapse in permit prices

EU plans to revive lifeless carbon market

Critics argue emissions trade is a blunt tool in climate change fight

Carbon emissions: hot and coal

Coal miners were in trouble even before the new standards

The ‘black hole’ of Chinese carbon trading

Country tackling emissions despite slow progress

London banks quit carbon trading

Desks close amid turmoil in European emissions trading scheme

Futures pioneer lauds EU emissions scheme

Price should not be benchmark for success, says Sandor

Credits scarcity propels US carbon market

Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative auction twice oversubscribed

Ministers back rise in EU carbon prices

Germans split over intervention in emissions trading system

Wolfson vindicated on Next executive pay

Incentive scheme from 2004 proves its worth

Europe’s carbon market left in disarray

EU carbon vote dooms plan for market fix

Hopes for propping up market run into economic imperative

Carbon prices spike on EU emissions vote

Parliament narrowly backs propping up scheme

EU carbon prices plunge 20%

Market hit by rescue plan doubts after key vote

EU’s carbon trading hopes rest on Germany

Consent of Angela Merkel seen as essential to reform