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In India, Mahindra & Mahindra became the first Indian company to announce an internal carbon price of USD 10 per ton of carbon emitted. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. (Mahindra), a utility vehicle and farm solutions provider, is the flagship company of the Mahindra Group. It has committed to reduce its carbon intensity by 25% until 2019 against base year 2016 and the investments through the carbon pricing mechanism will help it achieve its goal.
The OECD report Investing in Climate, Investing in Growth released today shows that there need not be a trade-off: combining climate change and pro-growth measures, and in some countries a judicious recycling of carbon tax revenues, can lead to long-term inclusive growth as part of a “decisive transition” to decarbonisation
Over the last year, students have been organizing and lobbying across the country around carbon pricing. While the climate crisis can seem intimidating to the generation that will face its most significant impacts, young leaders are uniting to pass strong policies through the Put A Price On It campaign.
Initial Climate Mitigation Token Offering September 11
DAO IPCI protocol aiming at global green economy blockchainization has announced the presale of Mitigation Token (MITO) starting September 11, 2017 at http://mito.ipci.io
New platform to shape the future of global seaborne trade
The Global Maritime Forum is a global platform for high-level leaders from the entire maritime spectrum and aims to effect positive long term change for the industry and for society. A global group of 14 industry leaders are founding partners to the Forum.