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The Environmental Markets newsletter is a daily email newsletter published by [[John J. Lothian & Company, Inc.]] and edited by [[Jim Kharouf]].  EMN was created to educate individuals, companies and organizations about the opportunities and corresponding risks present today in the fast growing environmentally based markets.   
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[[Image:Emn_logo.jpg{{!}}348px|Environmental Markets Newsletter|left]]The Environmental Markets newsletter is a daily email newsletter published by [[John J. Lothian & Company, Inc.]] and edited by [[Jim Kharouf]].  EMN was created to educate individuals, companies and organizations about the opportunities and corresponding risks present today in the fast growing environmentally based markets.   
  
 
The goal is to help people improve the environment through development and use of market-based solutions to a wide range of environmental challenges.
 
The goal is to help people improve the environment through development and use of market-based solutions to a wide range of environmental challenges.

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Environmental Markets Newsletter
The Environmental Markets newsletter is a daily email newsletter published by John J. Lothian & Company, Inc. and edited by Jim Kharouf. EMN was created to educate individuals, companies and organizations about the opportunities and corresponding risks present today in the fast growing environmentally based markets.

The goal is to help people improve the environment through development and use of market-based solutions to a wide range of environmental challenges.

The daily email Environmental Markets newsletter includes news, notices, events and pricing data and commentary from Editor Jim Kharouf. Environmental Markets Newsletter also includes a full copy of the John Lothian Newsletter. Both the John Lothian Newsletter and Environmental Markets include an "Other Voices" section, providing industry professionals a valuable conduit to reach their peers. Template:Infobox Midpage Need Sponsor

Editorial

Jim Kharouf is the editor of EMN. He is assisted by Rachel Koning Beals and Robert Luke. Previosly, Laura Durnell and Dave Smith were contributing editors of EMN.

Sponsorships

EMN is supported by paid subscribers and sponsors of the publication. Current sponsors include the Chicago Climate Exchange, Chicago Climate Futures Exchange, CME Group, Eurex, European Climate Exchange, European Energy Exchange, Financial and Energy Exchange, InterContinentalExchange, Montreal Climate Exchange and Newedge Group.

Subscriptions

EMN was originally offered on a paid subscription for $150 per subscriber after its launch in June of 2006. In January of 2009, EMN switched to a voluntary pay format, similar to that of the John Lothian Newsletter. The subscription price is $150 if readers find the newsletter valuable and agree to pay for it.

Readers may request an invoice or may pay by Paypal on our signup page.

Paid subscribers to the newsletter also gain editorial access to MarketsWiki.

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