ACCEB Daily Briefing – Mar 29th

  • European Parliament approved the 37.5% CO2 emission limits for new cars by 2030 while setting an interim goal for 2025.
  • Germany’s cabinet proposed a plan to make LNG investment easier, in a bid to diversify the country’s source of energy supply.
  • A draft bill to cap CO2 emissions from Russian companies is under consultation in Kremlin.
  • ExxonMobil faces the possibility of becoming the second company to lose EU lobbying rights after Monsanto, following a failure to show up at the public hearing of EP.
  • NZ ETS modification reduces costs and complexity of carbon credit registration for forest owners and farmers.
  • LME could be looking into blockchain application for its management of supply chain.
  • Indian government announced the launch of a blockchain based market for coffee trading.