Tangle over aviation emission limits.
A new report highlights fear of British libel laws among journalists.
Even on a normal day in the Bella Center, we suffered from information overload: there was the official daily program, press conferences, side events and presentations by the country delegations all competing for time.
With fears about the economic consequences of a market growing this big this fast, traders at a panel on Thursday were grappling with how much regulation was appropriate as carbon emerges as the epitome of the 21st century commodity.
Brazil and the U.S., the two key players in REDD negotiations, are now squaring off.
The U.S will release $1 billion over the next 3 years to help slow deforestation.
Papua New Guinea and others resist imposed safeguards for forest offsets.
The fate of the earth’s forests may rest with decisions reached in Copenhagen.
Mark Schapiro calculates his carbon footprint on the flight to Copenhagen.
Carbon is now the fastest-growing commodity in the world.