Position and Discussion Papers
IETA frequently produces a variety of policy position and discussion papers to explain and advocate our stance on important and timely global carbon market matters.
IETA 2023 NCS Report: Jurisdictional & Project Approaches
IETA Article 6 Discussion Paper on How Governments Can Implement NDCs Cooperatively and Encourage Private Sector Investment – 2nd edition
The Case for Compensation Claims
IETA LAC Policy Brief
IETA MENA Policy Brief
The Article 6 Opportunity for Canada: Blueprint to International Carbon Market Cooperation
IETA position paper: Developing an effective carbon market framework towards the achievement of net-zero in India
IETA White Paper: Valuing REDD+ activities: key differences between market-based credits & results-based payments
Valuing REDD+ activities: key differences between market-based credits & results-based payments
Carbon Contracts for Difference: Development Considerations for Canada
This White Paper aims to inform future development of domestic carbon contracts, underscoring the necessary considerations to accommodate Canada’s unique – but still quite disparate and complex – carbon pollution pricing landscape.
IETA article on market access in the EU ETS
EU institutions, stakeholders and experts agree that the EU’s carbon market should serve as the centrepiece of Europe’s decarbonisation efforts. To reach enhanced climate ambition for 2030, the EU needs a well-functioning carbon market fostering cost-efficient emission reductions. However, this role has just been cast into doubt. This article, written by IETA CEO Dirk Forrister, explains why restricting access to the EU ETS would have negative impacts on the market.
Please find the article here.