WEBINAR: Role of carbon markets under the Paris climate treaty and impact on EU’s climate policies

Published 12:49 on November 23, 2015  /  Last updated at 11:10 on November 24, 2015  /  Bavardage, Conversations, Views  /  No Comments

Despite the domestic mitigation targets expressed by most developed countries in their INDCs, some countries, such as the EU, have expressed interest in using carbon markets under the Paris agreement. This event will discuss the potential role of carbon markets post-2020 and will focus on the impact of the Paris climate treaty on the ongoing EU ETS reform.

Role of carbon markets under the Paris climate treaty and impact on EU’s climate policies – Organised by Carbon Market Watch

24 November, 2015 
15:00 – 16:30 CET (Brussels) 

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Despite the domestic mitigation targets expressed by most developed countries in their INDCs, some countries, such as the EU, have expressed interest in using carbon markets under the Paris agreement. This event will discuss the potential role of carbon markets post-2020 and will focus on the impact of the Paris climate treaty on the ongoing EU ETS reform.

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Opening Remarks – Eva Filzmoser, Carbon Market Watch
Speakers:

  • Analysis of market references in Paris draft negotiation text, Mr. Andrei Marcu, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
  • Considerations to avoid the build-up of hot air in the Paris climate treaty, Dr. Katherine Watts, Carbon Market Watch
  • Joint fulfilment of climate targets: what does it mean for linking and accounting, Mr. Aki Kachi, International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP)
  • Impact of the Paris agreement on the EU ETS reform, Ms. Femke de Jong, Carbon Market Watch

The event will be kindly moderated by Mike Szabo, Correspondent, Carbon Pulse

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