• Carbon consciousness-raising

    ENDS Report editor Nick Schoon introduces our special report on the trailblazing legislation that will compel organisations across the public and private sector to start counting their greenhouse gas emissions

  • The CRC in three minutes flat

    Fourteen points capture the essentials of the government’s complex new carbon-curbing regulation

  • Fixing a hole where the CO2 gets out

    The latest proposals for the UK’s pioneering Carbon Reduction Commitment will transform emissions policy for large energy users. Paul Hatchwell looks at the CRC’s key issues and prospects

  • Avoiding confusion

  • The time to start planning is now

    Roz Bulleid tracks what organisations are – and should be – doing to prepare for the Carbon Reduction Commitment

  • Enforcement and fines

  • CRC rehearsals for town halls and yorkshire

  • Plotting carbon cuts

  • What’s in the commitment for consultancies?

    The market in advising firms on the Carbon Reduction Commitment is primed for growth, says David Carr

  • Power giants spot a business opportunity in compliance

    Npower and EDF are rolling out programmes to help customers comply with the CRC. Alex Marshall reports

  • CRC could leave renewable energy in the doldrums

    Companies cannot claim emissions savings from renewables under the CRC but this could change when feed-in tariffs are introduced, says Alex Marshall

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