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.
- 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.
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
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- Developing Core Principles for Effective Carbon Pricing
- Inaugural High-Level Assembly of the CPLC
- E3CP: a call for effective, efficient, equitable carbon pricing
- Carbon Pricing in the Paris Agreement
- Carbon Pricing that Builds Local Economies
- Dialogue on the Carbon Pricing Value Chain
- NDC-Tracking — What nations have promised so far