Blue & Green Daily: Tuesday 17 February headlines
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17 February headlines
EU policy mash roils markets before Paris climate deal
The European Union’s carbon market, designed to save the environment, is being undercut by a patchwork of national subsides for renewables and misaligned energy policies that change helped cut in half the volume of power being traded. Bloomberg.
Ineos tries to reassure Grangemouth employees on site’s future
Ineos has sought to reassure 1,300 staff at its Grangemouth petrochemical plants that it has a long-term future after one executive warned that a fracking moratorium had cast doubts over the business. Guardian.
HSBC leaks: email from whistleblower to HMRC ‘proves’ authorities were told of tax evasion
An email HSBC whistleblower Herve Falciani claims he sent to HMRC has been revealed, potentially providing proof he informed authorities about the bank’s alleged tax evasion scheme seven years ago. Independent.
Iran MPs wear medical face masks to protest air pollution
Iranian lawmakers wore medical face masks in parliament at the weekend in a show of solidarity with residents of their areas battling pollution from strong sandstorms. Guardian.
Can the CIA weaponise the weather? – Guardian
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