Archive for October, 2009

Gas Tax Would Have to Be Above “Noise” Level to Have Significant Impact

10/28/2009 by Daniel Rosenblum

Gas Tax Would Have to Be Above “Noise” Level to Have Significant Impact (Sightline Daily)


EU May Tax Carbon Emissions on Airplanes Entering EU Airspace

10/28/2009 by Daniel Rosenblum

EU May Tax Carbon Emissions on Airplanes Entering EU Airspace (China Daily)


Budget Carbon Tax Transparent and Fair, Says Royal Irish Academy

10/28/2009 by Daniel Rosenblum

Budget Carbon Tax Transparent and Fair, Says Royal Irish Academy (Irish Times)


EPA Proposes Tougher Pollution Controls, Narrows Target Group

10/27/2009 by Daniel Rosenblum

EPA Proposes Tougher Pollution Controls, Narrows Target Group (Washington Post)


E.U. Faces Oversupply of Carbon Credits

10/27/2009 by Daniel Rosenblum

E.U. Faces Oversupply of Carbon Credits (NYT – Green Inc.)


Climate Primer: What to Expect As The Senate Tackles the Energy Bill

10/27/2009 by Daniel Rosenblum

Climate Primer: What to Expect As The Senate Tackles the Energy Bill (WSJ – Environmental Capital Blog)


Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Supports Carbon Tax with “Net Zero” Tax Impact

10/27/2009 by Daniel Rosenblum

Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Supports Carbon Tax with “Net Zero” Tax Impact (BOMA San Francisco)

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Administration Steps Up Efforts on Climate Bill

10/27/2009 by Daniel Rosenblum

Administration Steps Up Efforts on Climate Bill (NYT)


Is Taxing Polluters a Winner After All?

10/26/2009 by Daniel Rosenblum

Is Taxing Polluters a Winner After All? (Financial Times/Energy Source)


Carbon Permit Tax Fraud Drove Huge Increases in Market Volume on French Exchange, Report Finds

10/26/2009 by Daniel Rosenblum

Carbon Permit Tax Fraud Drove Huge Increases in Market Volume on French Exchange, Report Finds (NYT – Green, Inc.)