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The Argentina Carbon Forum is the first event of its kind in the country. Local and international experts will gather to learn about the feasibility and momentum of emission reduction projects, carbon pricing mechanisms, and other forms of climate finance.
Juan Pablo Huertas from Climate Impact Partners' Latin America team will be joining the event and speaking during the following sessions:
- Major trends in the global carbon market: Nature-based solutions and the potential of the national agricultural and forestry sector. (Day 1 / June 27, 2023 / 16:00-17:00)
- What does high quality look like in the voluntary carbon market? (Day 2 / June 28, 2023 / 14:45 - 15:30)
More information about the Argentina Carbon Forum can be found here.
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