Thursday, May 17, 2007

Audio from the Carbon Expo Conference + Emissions Trading Update

Interested in business atitudes to climate legislation, the EU ETS, emissions tading as a whole?

I just recieved this information from BusinessAssurance.com the podcast is facinating listening and there is a good deal of content on the climate change section of the website already.


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We've just launched a new climate change section:

http://www.businessassurance.com/climatechange

which includes a Carbon Emissions podcast:

The site is aimed at businesses which want to gain a better understanding of
environmental issues, legislation and best practice.

The podcast (mp3) interviews were conducted at the Carbon Expo conference in
Cologne and are presented by Neville Hobson, the business podcaster.

Some of the global experts interviewed include:

  • Jos Delbeke, Director, DG Environment, European Commission

  • Yvo de Boer, Executive Secretary, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

  • William Weld, former Governor of Massachusetts

  • Kristalina Georgieva, Director, Strategy and Operations Sustainable Development, The World Bank

  • Bill Kyte, Chairman of the UK Emissions Trading Group (ETG)

  • Garth Edward, Trading Manager, Environmental Products, Shell

We've also taken the opportunity to revamp the site structure, and content
is now arranged into six categories:

  • podcasts: featuring interviews with industry experts

  • news: impartial news summaries

  • blogs: on key issues such as the EU Emissions Trading Scheme, carbon offsetting and sustainability

  • resources: a comprehensive set of reports and white papers

  • events: a calendar of conferences, trade shows and other events

  • standards: a directory of standards, including information on key ISO and industry specific standards

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