A forecasted cold spell and weak winds helped the benchmark emissions prices in the European Union hit an intraday record of EUR 101.16 per ton of carbon dioxide equivalent. Analysts are also pointing to technical factors and speculative investment that are adding upward pressure in the market.
Thomas Piketty: Redistributing wealth to save the planet
Let’s say it straight out: it is impossible to seriously fight global warming without a profound redistribution of wealth, both within countries and internationally. Those who claim otherwise are lying to the world. And those […]
Fintan O’Toole: ‘Adults in the room’ are not the resistance – they are Trump collaborators
Yes, this is about Trump and the USA, but mainly in the title. O’Toole addresses a problem that plagues Europe, as many find excuses for being the henchmen and henchwomen of neo-liberalism (“It could be […]
Argus – EU advisory judge backs dismissal of German Opal appeal
A key EU advisory judge today issued a non-binding but influential opinion recommending the dismissal of Germany’s appeal against the 2019 EU court decision annulling Russian state-controlled Gazprom’s expanded use of the Opal gas pipeline […]
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