Global Green Growth Week is the annual flagship event of Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI). It brings together global green growth leaders, practitioners, private and public sector experts, civil society members, and interested individuals to learn and share examples of solutions and best practices with the aim to advance low-carbon, resilient world of strong, inclusive and sustainable growth. Global Green Growth Week 2022 will feature high-level panel discussions, keynote speeches, interactive sessions, and debates.
Phil Mann, Senior Manager of National Programs for Climate Impact Partners, will be speaking at the following session:
Aligning Voluntary Carbon Markets & Article 6
Monday, October 24, 2022
9:30 US Eastern Time (EDT) | 14:30 British Summer Time (BST) | 22:30 Korea Standard Time (KST)
Historically two carbon markets have existed in parallel, a compliance market – often linked to developed countries cap and trade schemes, and a voluntary market – where corporates choose to pay for credits to offset their emissions. Under Paris, with the added flexibility offered under Article 6 – these markets will become closer than ever before. Corporates are trying to understand how to navigate this new era and host countries are concerned about the impact on their NDCs of selling emission reduction credits in either market. This session will hear insights from actors on both sides of the market as well as experts working in the space.
More information about Global Green Growth Week can be found here.
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