Tag Archive for 'carbon trading'

OECD report finds carbon taxes and emission trading least costly option to reduce CO2 emissions

November 9th, 2013 by Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development

According to a new OECD study, carbon taxes and emission trading systems are the most cost-effective means of reducing CO2 emissions, and should be at the centre of government efforts to tackle climate change. Effective Carbon Prices shows that taxes and trading systems are preferable to other policies, such as feed-in tariffs, subsidies and other […]

‘Go Green’ New Year’s Eve ice party in Market Square, St Peter Port

December 31st, 2012 by JT

JT has organised the event in support of fellow Ice Skate Guernsey sponsor Carbon Bureau, in their efforts to use carbon reduction projects in Malaysia, India and China to offset the carbon footprint of the ice-rink in Market Square. The ice will be turned green for the party which will take place from 4 pm […]

Ice Skate Guernsey sponsor to offset ice rink carbon emissions

December 7th, 2012 by Ice Skate Guernsey

The approach is being taken by Roebuck Trading, an alternative energy and carbon trading company, which is one of the principal sponsors of this year’s rink. As part of the company’s sponsorship of the rink it decided to neutralise its carbon footprint – caused by the electricity used to power the coolers and the transport […]