Carbon Markets and Carbon Trading in the Face of Economic Recession

 

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The notion of carbon trading has gained importance since the Kyoto Protocol came into existence in 2005 mandating lower emissions from developed nations. Carbon has therefore become a tradable commodity under the emissions trading mechanism and is used as a credit which can be bought and sold in the carbon markets worldwide. In the wake of the current financial crisis,a slowdown in carbon trading is expected in the short term (2009-2012),however, stringent regulation in developed nations and mandates expected to be formulated in developing nations is expected to drive the carbon market in the long term.

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Carbon Markets and Carbon Trading in the Face of Economic RecessionGlobal Emissions Trends and Kyoto ProtocolImportance of Global Carbon MarketsKyoto Protocol MechanismsEmissions Trading SystemsGlobal Carbon MarketCarbon PricingCarbon Market TrendsThe Green Connection: Carbon Market and the Global EconomyEconomy and Carbon MarketImplications of the Economic Recession on Global Carbon MarketsPotential of Carbon Market in the Long Term (2012 and beyond)A Green Tinge to the ‘Stars and Stripes’: Carbon Markets in the United StatesSnapshot of the U.S. Carbon MarketU.S. Carbon Markets under Obama’s PresidencyCarbon Markets in the European UnionSnapshot of EU Carbon MarketsEU Carbon Markets in the Face of Economic RecessionDeveloping Countries:Significant Potential for CDM ProjectsCDM Markets in Developing CountriesOpportunities and the Way Ahead for Carbon MarketsOpportunities in the Carbon MarketCopenhagen Convention 2009: The Way Ahead




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