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IETA distributes its press releases and news advisories to all forms of media around the globe. If you are a member of the media and would like to be added to IETA’s distribution list, please contact Cédric Ammann, Communications Officer, at ammann@ieta.org.

The most recent press releases be found below, in reverse chronological order. Older items may be found in our  Press Release Archive.

 


 

King of Spain tops the bill at this year’s Carbon Expo in Barcelona

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Katie Kouchakji, kouchakji@ieta.org

 

GENEVA, 18 May – IETA is honoured to announce today that His Majesty King Felipe VI of Spain will be opening this year’s Carbon Expo trade fair and conference.  

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Key policymakers for Paris climate agreement, business leaders to attend Carbon Expo

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Press Office, Fira de Barcelona, mjuvell@firabarcelona.com or +34-93 233 20 89

Barcelona, 13 May 2015: UN climate chief Christiana Figueres, Europe's climate commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete, Spain's environment minister Isabel Garcia Tejerina and Laurence Tubiana, France's ambassador for the climate negotiations, are among the distinguished speakers at this year's Carbon Expo trade fair and conference. 

 

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IETA comment on EU’s Market Stability Reserve agreement

5 May 2015

The European Council and European Parliament today reached an agreement on the introduction of a Market Stability Reserve. The agreement – part of the continued reform of the EU ETS – needs to be endorsed by the Committee of Permanent Representatives and by MEPs in the European Parliament's Environment Committee and eventually by all MEPs, on the basis of a consolidated text which will then be formally adopted by the Council. 

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Press Release: IETA, EDF and CDC Climat Research release detailed case studies on North American carbon markets

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Contact: Katie Sullivan, sullivan@ieta.org

EDF: Jennifer Andreassen, jandreassen@edf.org 

CDC Climat Research: Maria Scolan, maria.scolan@cdcclimat.com

 

LOS ANGELES, 29 April – North American carbon markets are starting to gather steam, according to a series of case studies released by IETA, Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) and CDC Climat Research today, as sub-national efforts to price carbon enter the next phase. 

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Press Release: IETA welcomes Ontario's cap-and-trade, linkage plans

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Contact: Katie Sullivan, sullivan@ieta.org

 

TORONTO, 13 April – Ontario’s decision to introduce a cap-and-trade market to cut carbon emissions and link to California and Québec’s system is a welcome development for the mounting sub-national action on climate change across North America, says IETA.

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IETA Releases “Emissions Trading 101” library

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Katie Sullivan, sullivan@ieta.org

 

TORONTO, 21 April – IETA today released a series of educational briefings on emissions trading, aiming to explain in simple terms the various aspects of carbon market design, options for emerging markets and experiences from existing programs. 

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IETA releases detailed case study on China's national carbon market

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Contact: Jeff Swartz, swartz@ieta.org

 

IETA releases detailed case study on China's national carbon market

GENEVA, 26 March – A new report released by IETA and CDC Climat Research today finds that China has made significant advances on establishing a national emissions trading system, expected to start next year.
 
The case study – prepared by IETA and CDC Climate Research and released at Carbon Forum Asia in Macao – finds that China has been taking great strides as it prepares to move from its seven pilot emissions trading programmes to a national carbon market from next year. Drawing upon all recent government decisions as well as official statements, it is the most thorough and authoritative analysis of the Chinese carbon market to date.

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