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19 May 4:30pm CEST | Charting our Carbon Future Series

Posted by Deesha Chandra (Admin) May 18, 2020 Posted in Opportunities

Charting our Carbon Future: Opportunities for Corporate
Mitigation Action

Pricing of emission reductions

The fifth in the series of online interactive sessions by UNREDD will be held  16:30-18:00 (CEST) Tuesday 19 May


19 May – Session 5: Pricing of emission reductions (90 minutes)

This session will provide an overview of current and expected costs and prices of emission reductions in the forestry and agricultural sectors and the effect of uncertainty and buffers on net flows reaching stakeholders on the ground.

The overview will include opportunity and implementation costs in REDD+ interventions.

The session will discuss the effect of prices on sustainability of interventions, incentives, "fair pricing" and reputational risks.

The session will continue with a unique mix of views and perspectives from top experts and field practitioners.

Presenters: Jeff Swartz (South Pole); Moon Herrick (Emergent Climate); Paul Chatterton (WWF Landscape Finance Lab) and INDIGO Ag (TBC).


During the ‘Virtual Workshop’ of six interactive online sessions, participants working on climate and sustainability from various businesses will meet with each other, and selected experts, to collaborate in:

1) Exploring the best knowledge and ideas for investments in nature-based solutions (NBS) to help achieve ambitious mitigation goals

2) Comparing and developing strategic plans based on best practices/actions to achieve carbon commitments.

Full event information and agenda attached below

Click here for an overview of the whole series 

This post was edited on May 18, 2020 by Deesha Chandra

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