April 15: Carbon Pricing Workstream stakeholder perspectives roundtable

An open working session of the CCEN Carbon Pricing Workstream, this roundtable event will be a moderated discussion on ways to build carbon pricing value into related areas of action (NDCs, development, investment shift, fiscal policy) / 12-15 people, open to CSO participants, CPLC partners, and delegates to the 2016 Spring Meetings of the World Bank and the IMF.

Event Details

  • Moderated discussion and stakeholders’ stocktake
  • Inside the Civil Society Policy Forum venue
  • Participants will receive thematic brief with focus questions
  • Washington, DC — April 15, 2016 — 9:00 am – 10:30 am
  • World Bank I Building, Room I2-400 (2nd floor)

The Carbon Pricing Workstream (CPW) of the Citizens’ Climate Engagement Network is an always-active venue for dialogue, analysis, and outcome-focused policy work relating to carbon pricing. It works week to week on the establishment of universal principles for effective carbon pricing, a process which has allowed citizens and stakeholders to play a role in shaping the World Bank’s carbon pricing policy, and contributed to the building of a worldwide coalition supporting the aim of adding carbon pricing to all national climate strategies.

We will examine experiences, challenges, best practices, near and distant future plans, and potential game-changer innovations.

Key Questions

Participants are encouraged to share their thoughts and feelings on questions such as:

  • How can carbon pricing can relate to quality of life and development expectations?
  • In what ways can effective carbon pricing create a culture of transparency?
  • What is the environmental effectiveness of carbon pricing policy? What safeguards are needed?
  • If a macro economic solution can effectively motivate climate mitigation, what are the benefits to people in communities? What is equitable?

Experienced CPW participants and co-facilitators will share examples of language within the Paris Agreement and other texts that could be utilized to anchor national policy changes related to carbon pricing. 

RSVP & Inquiries

To reserve your place, or for more information, please contact our team.

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About The CCEN Team

The Citizens’ Climate Engagement Network is a global framework to support and expand direct citizen and stakeholder engagement in the intergovernmental climate negotiating process. It emerged from the Pathway to Paris project—with the support of Citizens’ Climate Education and Citizens’ Climate Lobby, in collaboration with the UN Millennium Campaign and the World We Want platform—and launched at the COP21 in Paris. The CCEN has produced a Talanoa Dialogue Engagement Toolkit, to ensure that every person everywhere is welcome to participate in the shift to a thriving climate future.