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It’s all heating up in the fight against climate change!

It’s a hectic time of year for EIA’s Global Environment team and this week we’ve all been in Brussels – even by our usual standards, it’s been a busy few days! On Monday, at the quarterly meeting of EU Climate and Environment Ministers in Brussels, climate champion Denmark rallied support from a further five EU […]

A chance to stamp out bogus carbon credits

EU should put climate credibility ahead of harmful corporate greed   THE London-based Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) will tomorrow (Wednesday) address key European politicians and policy-makers in a bid to help end the corrupt global trade in bogus HFC-23 carbon credits. EIA has been at the forefront of efforts to expose and halt the hugely […]

Massive investment in fake HFC carbon credits spurs Italian sabotage of EU ETS reform

EFFORTS to reform Europe’s Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) by restricting the use of phoney carbon credits from HFC-23 destruction and other industrial gas offsets are being opposed by Italy. Huge investments by the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance and Italian companies have prompted Italy to defend the projects and its financial stake in an […]

Companies urged to reject HFC-23 credit trade

Carbon credit value means greenhouse gas is made just for destruction   THE London-based Environmental Investigation Agency is today calling on 10 major UK businesses to lead the way and take a credible stand against greenhouse gas emissions by ceasing to trade in deeply flawed HFC-23 carbon credits. HFC-23 is a potent greenhouse gas which […]