Climate Finance 2011
Start Date:15 Nov 11 End Date:16 Nov 11
A host of new approaches are being developed to channel public and private capital to promote low-carbon development. They include green investment banks, environmental bonds, the REDD+ mechanism to protect forests, and other innovative financial instruments. Attend this market-leading conference for an examination of the potential of these new tools to deliver successful, cost-effective climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Key topics at a glance:
• Current state and outlook for international climate policy
• What are the potential outcomes from COP 17?
• Private vs. public finance to tackle climate change
• Investment trends and opportunities
• Alternative financial instruments, including carbon-linked bonds, green fiscal stimulus package, green banks, insurance products, funds
• How companies are responding to confused climate policy
• Carbon markets 2.0: CDM reform; sectoral crediting; carbon markets post-2012
• EU ETS registry reforms and preparations for Phase III; outlook for prices and supply/demand
• Forestry finance, update on REDD+, forestry projects in practice
• Aviation and the EU emissions market: implications for the economy, environment and trade
• Beyond Europe: update on the US, Australia, Japan and South Korea
• Low-carbon opportunities in emerging markets – Brazil, China and India
For more information, or to register yourself a place at the event, send an enquiry.
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