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Business Leadership on Climate Action: Accelerating the Global Transition to a Net Zero World

July 9, 2020

Voluntary action on climate is growing strongly across the private sector. Corporates are demonstrating a clear appetite to contribute to the goals of the Paris Agreement by committing to carbon neutrality and net zero strategies. In this session, ICROA will give a voice to business, NGOs and market stakeholders to discuss options to maximize high integrity and high impact action now.

Panelists presentation available HERE

Recording of the session available HERE 

Key resources mentioned during today's session:

- ICROA’s position on scaling private sector voluntary action post-2020, available here

- IETA Net Zero Climate Ambition, available here


Carbon Markets & Finance to Support Risk Management and Build Resilience - London Climate Action Week LCAW2020

July 2, 2020     

Through 2020, not only are countries preparing to submit enhanced NDCs but also post-2020 climate finance pledges. These ambitious efforts now occur amid COVID impact and economic recovery backdrops – along with growing calls to address climate-related systemic risks to the financial sector. Sharing private sector perspectives from across sectors and borders, this joint IETA-CMIA event will examine the critical role of market mechanisms to support climate action, build resilience, and clean private investments at scale, while connecting-the-dots on how effective disclosure and risk mitigation can further support the power and impact of these market solutions to tackle climate change.

Panelists presentation available HERE

Recording of the session available HERE 

 Key resources mentioned during today’s Webinar:

- IETA “Council Guidance on Net Zero Climate Ambition” (available here)

- IETA new CPLC Blog “Economic recovery can stimulate progress towards a global Net-Zero goal” (available here)

- World Bank “State and Trends of Carbon Pricing 2020” (available here) and Figures Report (available here)

- S&P Global Report, “Too Late for Net-Zero Emissions By 2050? The Potential for Forests & Soils?” (available here)

             Moderators:

.Katie Sullivan, Managing Director – IETA

.Margaret-Ann Splawn, Executive Director – CMIA

             Welcome Address:

.Jonathan Grant, Chairman – IETA

             Scene Setter:

.Hugh Salway – COP26, Cabinet Office, UK Government

 •             Presenters:

.Abyd Karmali, Climate Finance Executive, Managing Director, ESG & Sustainable Finance – Bank of America

.James Cameron, Senior Advisor – Pollination

.Angela Naneu Churie Kallhauge, Head – CPLC

.Mike Wilkins, Managing Director, Sustainable Finance – S&P Global Ratings


IETA 2020 GHG Market Sentiment Survey Launch

June 23, 2020

Results from the 15th edition of our annual survey will be released and discussed, followed by a moderated roundtable discussion.

Since 2006, IETA has been surveying its large and diverse membership on the future of carbon markets around the world. Consequently, the survey gives the most complete picture of sentiment in the carbon market and the likely emission trading developments we can expect in the future.

In a critical year for carbon markets, the findings cover the effects of COVID-19, expectations for trading systems around the world, the future of the voluntary market, expectations for CORSIA, net zero pledges and Article 6.

Panelists presentation available HERE

Recording of the session available HERE


Informes de Negocios del Mercado de Carbono y Mesa Redonda de Analistas PARTE 3: América Latina Organizado Conjuntamente por IETA & VERRA

Viernes 19 de Junio 2020

En este evento especial en español, analizaremos el desarrollo de los mercados de carbono en América Latina, y el impacto de la pandemia del coronavirus sobre su progreso. ¿Continuarán creciendo y evolucionando los nuevos mercados, o la recuperación a la crisis económica dominará la conversación?  Para complementar la discusión, se informará sobre la tercera parte de los nuevos Informes de Negocios del mercado de carbono de IETA.

Presentaciones de los Oradores AQUI

Grabación AQUI



Carbon Market Business Briefs & Analyst Roundtable PART 3: Latin America & South Africa

June 18, 2020

IETA Updated Carbon Market Business Briefs Release

In this third part, we take a close look at carbon market developments in Latin America and South Africa and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on progress. Will new markets continue to grow and evolve, or will the economic recovery dominate the conversation? The third piece of IETA’s new Carbon Market Business Briefs will be published to complement the discussion.

Panelists' presentations available HERE

Recording of the session available HERE 


Carbon Market Business Briefs & Analyst Roundtable PART 2: Asia & CORSIA

June 10, 2020

IETA Updated Carbon Market Business Briefs Release

In this second part, we take a close look at carbon market developments in Asia and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on progress. Will new markets continue to grow, or will the economic recovery dominate the conversation? How will CORSIA be affected by the sudden drop in air travel? The second half of IETA’s new Carbon Market Business Briefs will be published to complement the discussion.

Panelists' presentations available HERE

Recording of the session available HERE


 

Carbon Market Business Briefs & Analyst Roundtable PART 1: Europe & North America

June 3, 2020

IETA Updated Carbon Market Business Briefs Release

Lockdowns in many nations saw a sudden drop in emissions and has fuelled calls for recovery plans to focus on building a clean economy. What are the implications for the world’s carbon markets? How will things look in the near-term and where could they go? This first part will focus on carbon markets in Europe and North America, as we publish the first of IETA’s new Carbon Market Business Briefs.

Panelists' presentations available HERE

Recording of the session available HERE

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