IETA is pleased to release the 11th Edition of Greenhouse Gas Market Report, entitled Markets Matter. The publication brings together carbon market professionals, policy-makers, academics and NGOs to provide in-depth analysis and perspectives on the main issues affecting carbon policy worldwide – including a scene-setter by UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres.
IETA is global in its outreach and the publication features latest developments and best practice in current and emerging carbon markets, as well as taking a step back to consider the wider implications of climate policy design and implementation. This year’s report is structured around three main themes where markets matter: climate finance, low-carbon technology and emissions trading.
IETA expresses its gratitude to all authors who have contributed to this publication, to the editorial committee, and all others who have worked on the publication.
IETA would also like to thank our sponsors, AEP, AitherCO2, EcoWay and EEX.
If you have any questions about the publication, please do not hesitate to contact Katie Kouchakji (email@example.com).
The full GHG Market 2014 is available to download here .
The Executive Summary is available for download here .
Full contents of GHG Market 2014: Markets Matter
Opening Statement – Dirk Forrister, President and CEO, IETA
Setting the stage for Paris – Christiana Figueres, UNFCCC Executive Secretary
Facilitating Linkage of Varying Climate Policies through a Future International Agreement – Daniel Bodansky, Seth Hoedl, Gilbert Metcalf and Robert Stavins, Harvard Project on Climate Agreements
Changing the Terms of Energy Trade and Investment: Components of a 2015 Climate Agreement – David Hone, IETA International Working Group and Shell