Day: Tuesday 8 November 2016
Venue: Room Pacific (150), 15.00-16.30
This event was webstreamed here.
Years of stalled negotiations leading up to the Paris Agreement unexpectedly delivered a strong provision for markets in its Article 6, establishing multiple avenues for cooperation, including the transfer of “mitigation outcomes” and the Sustainable Development Mechanism (SDM). Now, when elaborating the guidance, rules, modalities and procedures of these mechanisms, it is imperative that Parties learn from and improve on past experience – especially with the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and Joint Implementation (JI).
At this event, experts will reflect crucial lessons to be learned to ensure social and environmental integrity and discuss key elements to address in elaborating the new mechanisms.
- How to ensure social integrity in Article 6 mechanisms, Juliane Voigt, Carbon Market Watch
- How to ensure environmental integrity in Article 6 mechanisms, Randall Spalding-Fecher, Carbon Limits
- Transferring mitigation outcomes under Article 6 – practical examples, Jürg Füssler, INFRAS
- Engaging the private sector with new mechanisms – learning from the CDM, Ali Agoumi, Groupe d’Études et Recherches sur les Énergies Renouvelables et l’Environnement – GERERE
High level panelists
- Georg Borstig, Policy Director, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- José Miguez, Secretary on Climate Change and Environmental Quality, Ministry of Environment of Brazil
- Lambert Schneider, CDM Board Member
- MJ Mace, Carbon Market Expert, St. Lucia
Linda Kalcher, Senior Associate Climate Policy, European Climate Foundation