Many actions have been taken at a global level: the EU Emissions Trading System and the Carbon Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) have now been decided. John Kerry, United States Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, announced The Energy Transition Accelerator at COP27, Japans is developing a GX policy, and African leaders are undertaking new initiatives on voluntary markets.
Carbon pricing is broadening and deepening, but not necessarily along the path Europe has taken. Is there scope for convergence? Will the EU's CBAM waiver on carbon pricing encourage wider use of this instrument among European trading partners? Will the G7's work on carbon clubs/alliances bear fruit? What can we expect from COP28 in Dubai?
Chair: Kurt Vandenberghe, Director General, DG CLIMA, European Commission
- Stefano de Clara, Head of Secretariat, ICAP
- Kelley Kizzier, Director of Corporate Action and Markets, Bezos Earth Fund
- Catherine Stewart, Canada’s Climate Change Ambassador, Government of Canada
- Kay Harrison, Climate Change Ambassador, New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Guy Turner, Founder and CEO, Trove Research
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