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The Air Resources Board released the results for California's third carbon allowance auction on Tuesday, May 21 at Noon PT. Read our preliminary comments here.
The state offered 14.5 million Vintage 2013 allowances and 9.6 million Vintage 16 allowances on Thursday last week - read our outlook for the auction and prices on California's carbon market for the coming months.
Confused about who buys what and where the money goes in those auctions? Check out our new map for a full overview of where the money flows.
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The UC Davis Policy Institute for Energy, Environment and the Economy is holding a day long workshop on "Natural Systems and Climate Change: Strategies for Our Future in Sacramento on May 20.
Save the date for our next training course:
This two-day course will provide the latest regulatory and market update on California, feature experts from Quebec, and delve in-depth into offset risk management. Detailed agenda and registration details to follow.
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