Posts Tagged ‘ carbon ’

U.S. Power Plants Required to Cut Carbon Pollution

Jun 3rd, 2014 | By
U.S. Power Plants Required to Cut Carbon Pollution

From the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) At the direction of President Obama and after an unprecedented outreach effort, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released on June 2, 2014 the Clean Power Plan proposal, which for the first time cuts carbon pollution from existing power plants, the single largest source of carbon pollution in the
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Using Sustainability to Compete in the New Economy

Aug 14th, 2010 | By
Using Sustainability to Compete in the New Economy

Sustainability is reshaping the competitive landscape in every industry. Companies that are able to anticipate changes and innovate early are reaping the benefits of improved operating efficiency, new growth and a stronger license to operate. This article, which is based on interactions between Environmental Resources Management (ERM) and its clients, provides a snapshot of how
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Carbon Capture and Storage Projects Awarded USD 1 Billion

Jun 20th, 2010 | By
Carbon Capture and Storage Projects Awarded USD 1 Billion

The U.S. Department of Energy announced June 10th that it had awarded grants to demonstrate large-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) from three industrial sources. The projects seek to test large-scale industrial carbon capture and storage, an important step in moving CCS technology toward eventual commercial deployment. The selected projects include large-scale applications that capture carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from industrial sources and either store it in a deep saline formation or use it for enhanced oil recovery.



Climate Change: UNFCCC Report from Bonn, Germany

May 5th, 2010 | By
Climate Change: UNFCCC Report from Bonn, Germany

The following report from the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Bonn, Germany was written by the lawyers at Norton Rose and excerpted from their insightful and oftentimes humorous blog. This session is the first opportunity for the Parties to formally revisit the Copenhagen negotiations of December 2009 in detail.