EU Carbon Posts Biggest Weekly Drop After Rescue Plan Rejected

By Mathew Carr – Apr 19, 2013 9:53 AM PT European Union carbon permits for December had their biggest-ever weekly decline after lawmakers voted against a plan to ease a supply glut and resuscitate prices in the world’s biggest cap-and-trade emissions market. The allowances dropped 34 percent this week and closed at 3.16 euros ($4.13) a metric ton […]

Carbon-Intensive Investors Risk $6 Trillion ‘Bubble,’ Study Says

By Sally Bakewell – Apr 18, 2013 4:01 PM PT Investors in carbon-intensive business could see $6 trillion wasted as policies limiting global warming stop them from exploiting their coal, oil and gas reserves, according to a report. The top 200 oil, gas and mining companies spent $674 billion last year finding and developing fossil fuel resources, according […]

Bjorn Lomborg: Green Cars Have a Dirty Little Secret

Producing and charging electric cars means heavy carbon-dioxide emissions. By Bjorn Lomborg Electric cars are promoted as the chic harbinger of an environmentally benign future. Ads assure us of “zero emissions,” and President Obama has promised a million on the road by 2015. With sales for 2012 coming in at about 50,000, that million-car figure […]

California Considering 25 Projects for Carbon Offset Credits

By Lynn Doan – Mar 8, 2013 4:27 PM MT California, the second-largest carbon-polluting state in the U.S. behind Texas, will decide whether to award its first carbon offset credits for 25 projects designed to cut greenhouse-gas emissions. The candidates for offset credits include a project to improve forest management practices to avoid emissions related to timber harvesting and […]

“The Carbon Crunch: How We’re Getting Climate Change Wrong — and How to Fix It.”: The Angry Economist

Q and A: The Angry Economist By LISA PALMER Dieter Helm has long been frustrated that, despite more than two decades of international negotiations, the world has failed to tackle climate change. So he got angry, he said, and decided to write a book about it: “The Carbon Crunch: How We’re Getting Climate Change Wrong — and How to […]

Arizona Copper Creek Mine by Redhawk

About Us Our Property Investor Resources Media News Contact Us Copper Creek Description & Location Geology 2007-2012 Drill Program Mineral Resource Estimate Property History 2010 Scoping Study Technical Reports Property Map Copper Creek Redhawk’s Copper Creek Property is located 75 road miles northeast of Tucson and 15 miles northeast of San Manuel, in an area well situated in regard to […]

Redhawk Resources Announces Framework for Copper Creek Pre-Feasibility Study

RELATED QUOTES Symbol Price Change RDK.TO 0.485 0.00 VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwire -03/26/12)- Redhawk Resources, Inc. (“Redhawk” or the “Company”) (TSX:RDK.TO – News)(OTCQX: RHWKF.PK – News)(FFRANKFURT:QF7.F – News) is pleased to announce the framework for a NI 43-101 Pre-feasibility Study (“PFS”) on its 100% owned Copper Creek, Arizona project to be led by KD Engineering of Tucson, Arizona. An updated NI 43-101 resource […]

Glencore’s CEO Says Rival Mining Chiefs ‘Really Screwed Up’

By Jesse Riseborough – Feb 26, 2013 10:09 AM MT Glencore International Plc (GLEN)’s billionaire Chief Executive Officer Ivan Glasenberg criticized his recently departed mining CEO peers for swamping the industry with mines and new production that crimped profits. “The big guys really screwed up,” Glasenberg, 56, who runs the world’s largest publicly traded commodities supplier, told investors […]

Nature, Re-engineered to Meet Energy Needs

By MATTHEW L. WALD Thousands of inventors, engineers and entrepreneurs gathered in a suburban Washington convention center on Monday for the annual three-day meeting of ARPA-E, the Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy. It wasn’t quite the Oscars. At the registration desk, attendees received a goody bag that includeda report on clean energy from the Pew […]