Scheduled in the weeks following the UNFCCC climate change discussions in Bonn, the 6th Annual Carbon Markets Asia congress will bring together all those working in carbon markets in the region to examine how the industry has changed since Copenhagen and how the market can move forward successfully. Bringing together policy makers, project developers, financiers, DNAs, DOEs, traders and other carbon professionals the congress will be a one stop shop for all your knowledge and networking needs.
The congress is the flagship Asian meeting of the Global Carbon Markets series of meetings which have attracted over 3000 attendees to date. Asia still represents one of the most important markets for carbon, with China and India continuing to lead in the generation of CDM credits and taking a central role in the drafting of the Copenhagen Accord. Furthermore, 2009 saw a 25% increase in clean energy investment in Asia versus a decrease elsewhere on the globe. With the carbon market predicted to grow by 0 billion in 2010, we can expect an exciting level of activity and a wealth of new opportunities developing in Asia.
Key Reasons to attend
• Gain an in depth and expert analysis of how the development of policies and markets in Asia and further afield are currently affecting and will affect the Asian carbon market
• Develop an understanding of investment trends and the rationale behind them, look at the emerging role of national retail banks and ethical funds
• Hear case studies on how to streamline project development and reduce risk and time to return on investment
• Examine technology transfer not only from the West but also from other Asian nations and within the Least Developed Countries
• Learn more about the validation and registration processes, hear the DNA perspectives and discover how to avoid commonly encountered hold ups
• Discuss how to make programmatic CDMs work and what potential they have
• Learn more about the growing area of REDD and examine the opportunities held by the VCM
Tue, 05/04/2016 - 10:29
Tue, 29/03/2016 - 08:37
Thu, 31/03/2016 - 10:46
Thu, 24/03/2016 - 10:12
Tue, 22/03/2016 - 13:39
Mon, 21/03/2016 - 14:04