ICAP and IETA have launched a Virtual Carbon Market Pavilion. Recordings and presentation for all events available on the website.
The postponement of the UN Climate Change Conference COP26 in Glasgow to November 2021 risks delaying climate negotiations but may also affect momentum of carbon pricing in recent years. The International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) and the International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP) created an opportunity to engage stakeholders from the international community and ETS jurisdictions in discussions and exchanges centered around carbon markets and priorities for carbon pricing in the years ahead.
The Virtual Pavilion featured a two-day program of high-level discussions, side events, and interactive sessions, along with an informal carbon markets networking arena for people to connect and stay in touch. ICAP organized a number of events throughout both days of the pavilion, including side events focused on topics such as border carbon adjustments, CORSIA, and the role of emissions trading in achieving net-zero targets, as well as interactive “In Conversation With...” events with carbon market thought leaders such as Andrei Marcu, Jos Delbeke, and Karsten Neuhoff.
For more information and recordings of all sessions, please visit the website.
Contact person: krauseadelphi [dot] de (Emma Krause)