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CFNA 2014 will convene Industry and State representatives in a series of regional CFNA Dialogues to discuss their mutual interests in using market-based flexibilities in responses to EPA’s 111(d) regulations. Topics will include: • the toolbox of policy options States have utilized; • recognition of reductions achieved; • and flexibility to tailor program to regional and state specific circumstances.
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ICAP-IETA HIGH-LEVEL CARBON PRICING DIALOGUE
Held during the Climate Week
ICAP-IETA HIGH-LEVEL CARBON PRICING DIALOGUE 24 September 2014, New York City
The International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP) and the International
Emissions Trading Association (IETA) will co-host a High-Level Carbon Pricing Dialogue in New York City on 24 September 2014. The Dialogue will take place the day after the UN Secretary General’s Climate Summit in New York City. With ICAP, a partnership of 30 national and regional governments working on emissions trading and IETA, a non-profit association and voice of the business community on carbon pricing, two key international actors are working together to showcase ambitious climate action through putting a price on carbon and harnessing the power of markets.