Carbon Market Watch

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Webinars

Webinar – Ensuring carbon market integrity under the Paris Agreement – challenges and opportunities

Tuesday 23 May 2017  15:00 – 16:30 CEST (Brussels)  Description: The Paris Agreement’s Article 6 opens a new era for international carbon markets, establishing multiple avenues for cooperation, including the Sustainable Development Mechanism (SDM). But carbon markets will need to function in a radically changed world, where all Parties have commitments towards a common 1.5 […] more »






Webinar Report: How can the Effort Sharing Decision be made fit for purpose?

28th June 2016 ESD Introduction: Cristina, from Transport & Environment, gave a general introduction on the Effort Sharing Decision (ESD), and explained why it is important that NGOs in Member States get involved in making this policy – which covers almost 60% of the EU emissions from transport, building’s, agriculture, and waste. All of these sectors […] more »






Webinar – Acting on Aviation Emissions

May 4th, 2016 2-3.30pm CET (Brussels) Description: Civil aviation is a top ten global polluter: in 2014, the sector emitted more CO2 into the atmosphere than the combined emissions of the 129 lowest emitting countries. In October 2016, member countries of the UN’s International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) will take a first decision in history   about […] more »






Webinar – Role of carbon markets under the Paris climate treaty and impact on EU’s climate policies

24 November, 2015 3-4.30pm CET (Brussels) Description: Despite the domestic mitigation targets expressed by most developed countries in their INDCs, some countries, such as the EU, have expressed interest in using carbon markets under the Paris agreement. This event will discuss the potential role of carbon markets post-2020 and will focus on the impact of […] more »






WEBINAR: ”What are NAMAs and how can civil society organisations benefit from them?”

The webinar is aimed at civil society organizations who want to learn about NAMAs and/or get involved in the process of NAMA development. Its purpose will be to build understanding of the functioning of NAMAs and the significance of public participation for accountability of NAMA actions. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the cases of NAMAs on the ground and how the involvement of civil society can build their capacity and lead to wide range of co-benefits. more »