emissions trading

(redirected from Pollution credit)
Related to Pollution credit: emission permits, Cap and trade
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emissions trading

n (St Ex) → Emissionshandel m
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Jerry Brown wants to spend $250 million in cap-and-trade pollution credit funding for the rail project that could help the state meet its obligation.
In addition to rejecting rules allowing air pollution credit trading, the court also invalidated part of the rule that weakened Clean Air Act pollution limits for major new or expanded factories and power plants in cities that already have unhealthy air.
Project proposals must address at least one of the following: technological areas such as market-based pollution credit trading; agricultural conservation systems; energy related projects; carbon sequestration; wildlife habitat; or other technology listed in the announcement.
The Just Transition Coalition, which includes Black Mesa Water Coalition, Black Mesa Trust, To' Nizhoni AnA (Navajo for "beautiful water speaks"), Grand Canyon Trust, Sierra Club, and Indigenous Environmental Network, has submitted a motion to the CPUC asking it to mandate the redistribution of pollution credit money to the tune of $20 million per year through 2026 (when the Mohave plant would have closed anyway due to loss of rights to Colorado River water).
He has also tested more novel plans, among them involvement in the burgeoning pollution credit business, a product of the international climate change negotiations launched in Kyoto, Japan, in 1997.
The bill would also have created a new pollution credit trading market to allow those who successfully cut their air pollution to sell credits to companies that exceed the limits - an approach that has won support from industry, environmentalists, farm groups, and economists, and that has already been highly successful in achieving low-cost reductions of the pollutants that cause acid rain.
A pioneer in market-based solutions to environmental problems and operator of the world's largest continuous emission credit trading market, Cantor Fitzgerald has also provided environmental credit trading program assistance and feasibility assessment services to: Oregon for ozone non-attainment trading; to a Western regional group for a haze trading program; and to regional and national governments in Canada, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, and Poland for air and water pollution credit trading.
28, 1996--The Automated Credit Exchange (ACE), the world's first ever electronic pollution credit market, continued its record-breaking performance this month, trading more than 2.
That, said American Electronics Association lobbyist Jim Craven, served as "the writing on the wall" that, with Democrats fully in control of the 2007 Legislature, the pollution credit was dead.
ACE, the world's first electronic pollution credit trading exchange, traded 168 ERCs for ROG (reactive organic gas) emissions at a market price of $1,484.
He said Democrats were willing to consider giving new life to the pollution credit system by limiting eligibility to only those businesses that spend money on equipment that allows them to exceed government standards.
Pollution credit also could be generated by accelerating the replacement of high-polluting, diesel-powered buses with models that run on cleaner-burning fuels such as methanol, compressed natural gas, or electricity.
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