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BCLS 2010 - The Environment - Wednesday, September 22, 2010

The Environment: Governance, Innovation and Action Blouin Creative Leadership Summit September 22, 2010 Featuring Josh Margolis, Co-CEO of CantorCO2e

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CER Auction by CantorCO2e - Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Launch of the unique online auction platform by CantorCO2e for buying and selling of CER across the globe. A special report with an interview of Dr. Ram Babu, MD of CantorCO2e Asia, filed by leading Indian business channel NDTV Profit on 18th September 2007.PR Partner - Deesha Communications
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Global Creative Leadership Summit: What happens when you sit down with Greenpeace, the API, the OECD, Harvard, MIT - Wednesday, September 24 and 25, 2009

CantorCO2e's Josh Margolis leads a discussion entitled “National Targets, Global Challenge: Climate Change, Copenhagen and Beyond” with Greenpeace, the American Petroleum Institute, Harvard, MIT Sloan School of Management, the OECD, NREL, and the Climate Group.  The discussion touched on the feasibility of achieving a 90% reduction by 2050, the gains to be had from doing so, the costs associated with business as usual, the benefits to be gained along the way to a low carbon economy,  and the need to safeguard the future of both those who are never invited to the negotiating table and the future generations. You can watch an excerpt by clicking here.

The next day, Josh participated in a panel lead by Financial Times’ John Authers entitled “Global Commodity Crunch: Food, Water, Oil, Energy, Trade?”Panelists discussed the challenges facing commodity markets, commodity prices and distribution. You can watch an excerpt by clicking here.


Josh Margolis joins CARB's Eileen Tutt and Stanford's Lawrence Goulder - Thursday, May 14, 2009

CantorCO2e's Josh Margolis joins CARB's Eileen Tutt and Stanford's Lawrence Goulder at the Commonwealth Club.  Cap and trade is considered as a tool to address climate change. Originally broadcast in April 2009, you can listen to an audio stream by click the link below.(MP3) Other formats are available by clicking here.

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Is global warming an investment opportunity? - Wednesday, April 30, 2008

California is known for being on the cutting edge, so it may come as no surprise that people are trying to figure out how they can make money off the air we breathe.There is a gold rush of sorts; only it's not in the hills, but in the sky.It is a global concern - scientists increasingly say our planet is heating up largely because of carbon dioxide emissions.

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Rough Cut - Mexico: The Business of Saving Trees - Thursday, March 27, 2008

How one woman has created a biosphere.

In recent years, as the world has become increasingly aware of global warming, an entire industry has grown up around the idea of trading carbon to help eliminate greenhouse gases, most notably CO2.

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Carbon Offset Plan Allows Businesses to Trade Environmental 'Credit' - Thursday, March 06, 2008

As scientists debate how to address climate change, one proposal for businesses creates a carbon credit system that allows emission producing companies to buy credits from companies that use energy efficient technologies as a way to offset overall environmental impact.

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Carbon Business TV - Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Josh Margolis is interviewed by Carbon Business forum.  He discusses current market events, critical market elements, and the can-do entrepreneurial spirit that should be tapped into by climate change policy-makers.

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Growing plankton for the carbon market - Thursday, July 05, 2007

Entrepreneurs are moving into the effort to reduce greenhouse gases by selling pollution credits that help companies balance out their ecological footprints. One company is taking the concept out to sea. Alex Schmidt reports.

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CNNís Velshi: Carbon Credits Are a 'Way Out of Their Sins' - Friday, April 20, 2007

Rush Limbaugh has long compared aspects of the environmentalist movement to a religion. CNN’s Ali Velshi has given some evidence of that hypothesis. Friday’s "American Morning" featured a segment on carbon offset credits, which Velshi and cohost Kiran Chetry all but endorsed. At the beginning of the segment, Velshi stated that the credits were a way for companies to "basically buy their way out of their sins."

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Understanding Carbon Cap-and-Trade - Thursday, February 22, 2007

Understanding Carbon Cap-and-Trade and the Future of Climate Change on Planet Earth

Preview of the 2007 Global CO2 Cap-and-Trade Forum-Pacific March 5-6 - Marriott Fisherman's Wharf - San Francisco, CA

in-depth look at the emerging global model for countering global warming.

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