December 2012. Summary of the discussion at the Brussels launch of Sandbag's Help or Hindrance? Offsetting in the EU ETS report.
November 2020. How European companies utilise offsets as a means to meet compliance obligations.
November 2012. This briefing identifies the ten companies receiving the largest surpluses of ETS allowances from the Belgian government.
October 2012. Response to the public consultation on the EU ETS backloading proposal.
June 2012. This briefing investigates allowance oversupply in the Czech Republic, and the top ten companies who have amassed the largest amount of allowances.
June 2012. Sandbag’s 4th annual report on the Environmental Outlook for the EU ETS.
March 2012. This short briefing explains what a carbon floor price is and why the UK Government believes it is needed.
February 2012. This briefing explores the cost in 2012 of the EU ETS to the UK's top 20 emitting airlines.
February 2012. Recommendations for how reforms to the ETS should be approached through the draft Energy Efficieny Directive legislation.
February 2012. This briefing explores how set aside legislation is being introduced from the outset into California’s cap-and-trade legislation.
November 2011. Wer sind die Gewinner des EU Emissionshandels?
September 2011. Submission to the House of Commons Energy and Climate Change Committee Inquiry into the EU ETS.
July 2011. The 2011 environmental outlook for the EU ETS.
June 2011. The companies profiting from the EU Emissions Trading Scheme.
May 2011. HFC and N20 adipic credit usage in 2010.
May 2011. Briefing: Fresh concerns over the transparency of the EU emissions trading scheme.
December 2010. Analysis on how Italy's obligations under the Kyoto Protocol and the EU ETS are an opportunity for development.
October 2010. Joint Implementation and the EU Emissions Trading System.
September 2010. How the EU ETS risks locking-in carbon emissions.
September 2010. This report revisits the companies holding the largest surpluses in 2008 to see how they have fared since the recession.