Organized by the International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP) and the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
Within the next three decades, we must transition away from a 200-year reliance on fossil fuels to net zero emissions. This will require both deep decarbonisation across all sectors of the economy as well as massive removals of emissions already existing in the atmosphere. Jurisdictions around the world continue to announce net zero targets. However, the rules, policies, and business models that will achieve net zero are still open to debate. As the final plenary of the Carbon Market Virtual Pavilion, this session features leading administrators of different, established carbon markets as well as global business visionaries to gain their perspective on what role carbon pricing can play in achieving net zero emissions.
Moderator: Dirk Forrister, President & CEO- IETA
Mary Nichols, Chair - California Air Resources Board
Beatriz Yordi, Director of European and International Carbon Markets - DG CLIMA, European Commission
Keynote Address & Closing Remarks Panel
Moderator: Rajinder Sahota, Chief Industrial Strategies Division - California Air Resources Board (CARB)
Keynote Speaker: Mary Nichols, Chair - California Air Resources Board (CARB)