Can banks and other project financiers live up to their promises on climate and human rights? Are Equator Principles delivering – or at risk of losing their relevance? Shareholder Jillian
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Some in Congress are advocating a proposal to establish a carbon tax on certain imports to fight climate change and protect domestic production. A more specific carbon border tax plan
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On July 1, 2021, the Internal Revenue Service released Revenue Ruling 2021-13, which addresses several issues relating to qualifying for the Section 45Q carbon capture sequestration credit. This is
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On April 22 – Earth Day – President Biden announced that the United States would commit to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 to 50% of the country’s 2005
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