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ISO Issues Method to Quantify Air Concentrations of Carbon Black and Amorphous Silica in the Nanoparticle Size Range in a Mixed Dust Manufacturing Environment

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has published standard ISO/TS 21361:2019, “Nanotechnologies — Method to quantify air concentrations of carbon black and amorphous silica in the nanoparticle size range in a mixed dust manufacturing environment.”  The standard provides guidelines to … Continue reading

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Reason Number 42,659 For Putting a Price On Carbon

I don’t work in the oil and gas industry.  This lede from Bloomberg Environment (subscription required) may not be news to anyone in the industry, but it absolutely blew me away: America’s hottest oil patch is producing so much natural … Continue reading

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Carbon Pricing Matters: Federal Fuel Charge Now in Effect in Four Backstop Provinces

The federal fuel charge came in force on April 1, 2019. Read more detail on Recent Environmental Law posts –

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West on Carbon Accounting

Dennis West (University of Oxford) has posted Agreeing on Accounting: The Emergence of Carbon Accounting in the Paris Agreement on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: This article sheds light on different types of expertise and evidence that shape the organization of … Continue reading

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ACGIH® TLV®-CS Committee Seeks Information on Carbon Nanotubes

The American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH®) Threshold Limit Values for Chemical Substances (TLV®-CS) Committee has included carbon nanotubes on its 2019 list of chemical substances and other issues under study.  Being placed on the under study list indicates … Continue reading

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