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Innovate4Climate is the new Carbon Expo and offers an international platform for decision-makers in the fields of carbon markets and climate finance. In the German Pavilion, designed and organised by adelphi, stakeholders from Germany are presenting new studies and discussing latest developments.
The Innovate4Climate - Finance & Markets Week is the world's largest trade fair on the carbon market and climate finance, with the participation of key stakeholders from project development, certificate sales, project managers and investors. In addition to market actors, Innovate4Climate provides an important forum for decision-makers from the political arena and international organisations. Innovate4Climate will take place from 22 to 26 May in Barcelona.
Against the background of the German G20 presidency and the Bonn Climate Conference (COP23), the activities at Innovate4Climate are essential for presenting the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB). In continuation of the successful initiatives at the former Carbon Expo in the preceding years, BMUB is participating in the German Pavilion at Innovate4Climate in 2017.
Under the umbrella of the German Pavilion, a broad spectrum of German projects, initiatives and companies from the fields of carbon market and climate finance fields will be presented. At individual stands the exhibitors inform visitors about their projects, new initiatives and activities. An audience of specialists moreover discusses the latest developments in several roundtable talks and presentations.
adelphi is assuming the realisation of the German Pavilion at Innovate4Climate, and all associated organisational and technical tasks. In addition to the stand construction and supporting the exhibitors, adelphi is responsible for the realisation and moderation of various events at the stand, as well as a targeted public relations and advertising.
"Emissions trading and the role of a long-run carbon price" (presentation of a new study)
Tuesday, 23 May | 4.00-4.30pm
William Acworth (ICAP)
"Update on the Voluntary Carbon Market" (presentation of a new study)
Wednesday, 24 May | 11.00am - 11.30am
Stephan Wolters (adelphi)
The status and prospects of project based mitigation activities after Paris
- Pre-2020 support for stranded projects and implications of Article 6 -
Monday, 22 May 2017 | Convenor: German Emissions Trading Authority (DEHSt)
03.30pm-6.00pm | Room 4
Scaling up Renewables Instruments for Mobilizing Private Climate Finance in Developing Countries
Tuesday, 23 May 2017 | Convenor: German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
09.00am-10.00am | Room 8
The Nitric Acid Climate Action Group – Paving the way for a sector-wide transformation
Tuesday, 23 May 2017 | Convenor: German Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB)
05.15pm - 6.15pm | Room 3