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LONDON, 15 December – IETA is proud to release the final edition of IETA Insights for the year, rounding up all the developments from 2017 and looking at what will come in the next 12 months.
The issue features an introduction by IETA President and CEO Dirk Forrister, a roundup of key market developments around the world over the year, prepared by the team at Carbon Pulse, and a preview of what to expect in 2018.
Other articles include a close look at Singapore’s carbon tax proposal, the role for voluntary carbon markets in the Paris Agreement era, and how to build confidence in financing for REDD+.
“This year has seen several new jurisdictions look at carbon pricing to fulfil their Paris Agreement goals, while others are taking steps to bolster their existing systems for the post-2020 period,” says Dirk Forrister, President and CEO of IETA. “This issue of IETA Insights gathers some of the key developments from the year, while also looking at what lies ahead in 2018.
“As 2020 draws nearer, we expect to see even more carbon market activity around the world – which IETA Insights will continue to shine a light on.”
The next edition will be released in the first quarter of 2018. For more information or content suggestions, please contact IETA on firstname.lastname@example.org. For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Lisa Spafford at email@example.com.
An editorial committee, drawn from IETA’s membership, advises on the content and performs peer review. The 2017 editorial committee are: Kavita Ahluwalia, Uniper; Evan Ard, Evolution Markets; Jessica Butts, Delphi; Jean-Yves Caneill, formerly of EDF; Sophie Lu, BNEF; Mark Proegler, IETA Fellow; Judith Schröter, ICIS; Naomi Swickard, VCS; and Li Yifeng, Shanghai Zhixin. IETA would like to thank them all for their contributions throughout the year.