ENDS Report Morning Headlines, 10 October 2013


  • Global aviation deal delivers blow to EU ETS

    The International Civil Aviation Organization has agreed to develop a mechanism to combat aviation's emissions by 2016. But the agreement makes it difficult for the EU to bring flights under its emissions trading scheme
  • Environment Agency unveils new format for CRC reporting

    The agency’s new Carbon Reduction Commitment annual data reports will include total emissions but lack carbon intensity metrics, ruling out energy efficiency benchmarking. But more data is included on energy generated onsite
  • CDP reveals UK's global exposure to climate risks

    Extreme weather and resource scarcity are much greater risks to the overseas operations of UK firms than they realise
  • CCC defends its 2023-27 carbon budget

    A downward revision in greenhouse gas targets for the 2020s would not be justifiable and would “severely undermine” the UK’s credibility in EU negotiations, the Committee on Climate Change has told the government.
  • Heathrow noise linked to strokes, death

    Links between airport noise and ill-health have been found in two studies covering a combined ten million residents near airports in the UK and US.

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