ACCEB Daily Briefing – Mar 18th


Youth strikes are reported from 100 different countries.

ExxonMobil and Shell take a stand against EPA’s intention to weaken regulation on methane emission.

EPA intends to institute a year-round sale of E15 fuel by summer.

The European Parliament takes on a heightened emission reduction goal by addressing sectors in and out of ETS.

The Entrex Capital Market announced a blockchain-based, voluntary carbon credit trading platform for Biodiesel companies in the US.

The Netherlands may introduce a CO2 tax to companies already under EU ETS.

A study warns that South Korea may suffer $106 billion if it continues to support coal power.